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  2. Zigs
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    Herb Identification

    @shiney :phew:
    @shiney :phew:
    @shiney :phew:
    @shiney :phew:
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  3. ARMANDII
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    WILD FLOWERS YOU HAVE SEEN OUT WHILE OUT WALKING - 2017

    @Marley Farley, I think they flower through till the end of September.
    @Marley Farley, I think they flower through till the end of September.
    @Marley Farley, I think they flower through till the end of September.
    @Marley Farley, I think they flower through till the end of September.
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  4. Zigs
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    Wildlife & Countyside act,code of conduct.

    I wonder if this point is handled by Scottish law, which is not the same as the law of England and Wales.
    I wonder if this point is handled by Scottish law, which is not the same as the law of England and Wales.
    I wonder if this point is handled by Scottish law, which is not the same as the law of England and Wales.
    I wonder if this point is handled by Scottish law, which is not the same as the law of England and Wales.
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  6. wiseowl

    ID please

    Woo when you go back have a look for nasty thorns. Blackthorn ..Prunus spinosa have them.Your pic looks as if they have a bloom on. A grey layer which gets rubbed off very easily when you...
    Woo when you go back have a look for nasty thorns. Blackthorn ..Prunus spinosa have them.Your pic looks as if they have a bloom on. A grey layer which gets rubbed off very easily when you touch the fruits. See.OR They could be tiny wild plums...bullace.purple-bullace - Suffolk Flora...
    Woo when you go back have a look for nasty thorns. Blackthorn ..Prunus spinosa have them.Your pic looks as if they have a bloom on. A grey layer which gets rubbed off very easily when you touch the fruits. See.OR They could be tiny wild...
    Woo when you go back have a look for nasty thorns. Blackthorn ..Prunus spinosa have them.Your pic looks as if they have a bloom on. A grey layer which gets rubbed off very easily when you...
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  7. BeeHappy
    Like x 3

    WILDFLOWER MEADOW MANIA

    OK @KFF, you're on! However, due to underwhelming demand for tickets for this most desirable of prizes, I'm afraid your ticket will cost £50,000 :dunno::roflol:. You can pay by cheque, cash, or even PayPal!!
    OK @KFF, you're on! However, due to underwhelming demand for tickets for this most desirable of prizes, I'm afraid your ticket will cost £50,000 :dunno::roflol:. You can pay by cheque, cash, or even PayPal!!
    OK @KFF, you're on! However, due to underwhelming demand for tickets for this most desirable of prizes, I'm afraid your ticket will cost £50,000 :dunno::roflol:. You can pay by cheque, cash, or even PayPal!!
    OK @KFF, you're on! However, due to underwhelming demand for tickets for this most desirable of prizes, I'm afraid your ticket will cost £50,000 :dunno::roflol:. You can pay by cheque, cash, or even PayPal!!
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  8. BeeHappy

    WEEDS WELCOME

    I also like Willow HerbAnnual PoppiesNettlesand those plants that come in uninvited via birds, air, rain, etc.
    I also like Willow HerbAnnual PoppiesNettlesand those plants that come in uninvited via birds, air, rain, etc.
    I also like Willow HerbAnnual PoppiesNettlesand those plants that come in uninvited via birds, air, rain, etc.
    I also like Willow HerbAnnual PoppiesNettlesand those plants that come in uninvited via birds, air, rain, etc.
    -bee-signs-ideas-save-the-bees-posters.jpg we.jpg 55d6b958b008172c65919c112c9da754--garden-quotes-veg-garden.jpg nature-knows-no-difference-between-weeds-and-flowers-quote-1.jpg 8d3837b3f25119c63983b098374c109b--the-weeds-garden-signs.jpg Butterflies animated banner.gif
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  9. wiseowl
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    On Our Walk this Morning

    Thanks @Zigs much appreciated my friend.its the Russels that I have to be careful with:)
    Thanks @Zigs much appreciated my friend.its the Russels that I have to be careful with:)
    Thanks @Zigs much appreciated my friend.its the Russels that I have to be careful with:)
    Thanks @Zigs much appreciated my friend.its the Russels that I have to be careful with:)
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  10. wiseowl
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    Seen This Morning

    Good afternoon @Heucherella many thanks my friend
    Good afternoon @Heucherella many thanks my friend
    Good afternoon @Heucherella many thanks my friend
    Good afternoon @Heucherella many thanks my friend
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  11. Paul Blackburn

    Creating Wild Garden

    :goodpost: BeeHappy :)You"ve gone into the detail perfectly.
    :goodpost: BeeHappy :)You"ve gone into the detail perfectly.
    :goodpost: BeeHappy :)You"ve gone into the detail perfectly.
    :goodpost: BeeHappy :)You"ve gone into the detail perfectly.
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  12. Marley Farley
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    Earthstars..,!

    I think I have thought that too in the past @strongylodon when I saw them up at the woodland first.. only now in my garden am I seeing the full wonder.... I just love natures wonders.. :SUNsmile:
    I think I have thought that too in the past @strongylodon when I saw them up at the woodland first.. only now in my garden am I seeing the full wonder.... I just love natures wonders.. :SUNsmile:
    I think I have thought that too in the past @strongylodon when I saw them up at the woodland first.. only now in my garden am I seeing the full wonder.... I just love natures wonders.. :SUNsmile:
    I think I have thought that too in the past @strongylodon when I saw them up at the woodland first.. only now in my garden am I seeing the full wonder.... I just love natures wonders.. :SUNsmile:
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  13. BeeHappy
    Informative x 3

    Dandelions: and how they might help save the planet

    @HarryS Oooooo I doooo LURVE Dandelion & Burdock :wub2: ... If you're a fan you must try this one it's scrummyFentimans dandilion & burdock - Waitrose
    @HarryS Oooooo I doooo LURVE Dandelion & Burdock :wub2: ... If you're a fan you must try this one it's scrummyFentimans dandilion & burdock - Waitrose
    @HarryS Oooooo I doooo LURVE Dandelion & Burdock :wub2: ... If you're a fan you must try this one it's scrummyFentimans dandilion & burdock - Waitrose
    @HarryS Oooooo I doooo LURVE Dandelion & Burdock :wub2: ... If you're a fan you must try this one it's scrummyFentimans dandilion & burdock - Waitrose
    we.jpg download (1).jpg Dandylions are.jpg download.png
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  14. BeeHappy

    Mother Nature at her Best!

    Near where I live, the dunes approaching the beach have been beautifully planted by Mother Nature Beehappy. One "corridor" has masses of evening primrose and vipers bugloss to create a lovely hazy...
    Near where I live, the dunes approaching the beach have been beautifully planted by Mother Nature Beehappy. One "corridor" has masses of evening primrose and vipers bugloss to create a lovely hazy blue/yellow scene in summer. Swathes of red, white and pink valerian too are delightful. Thyme...
    Near where I live, the dunes approaching the beach have been beautifully planted by Mother Nature Beehappy. One "corridor" has masses of evening primrose and vipers bugloss to create a lovely hazy blue/yellow scene in summer. Swathes of red,...
    Near where I live, the dunes approaching the beach have been beautifully planted by Mother Nature Beehappy. One "corridor" has masses of evening primrose and vipers bugloss to create a lovely hazy...
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  15. luciusmaximus

    What is this please

    Maybe save some of the seed and grow it in a more sensible spot next year. I love the pink version, you don't see it very often.
    Maybe save some of the seed and grow it in a more sensible spot next year. I love the pink version, you don't see it very often.
    Maybe save some of the seed and grow it in a more sensible spot next year. I love the pink version, you don't see it very often.
    Maybe save some of the seed and grow it in a more sensible spot next year. I love the pink version, you don't see it very often.
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  16. Trunky

    Yellow wild flower ID please.

    It was in the back of me head, good job google helped me spell it though :biggrin:
    It was in the back of me head, good job google helped me spell it though :biggrin:
    It was in the back of me head, good job google helped me spell it though :biggrin:
    It was in the back of me head, good job google helped me spell it though :biggrin:
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  17. MrsTea

    Bees' Corner advice

    I scattered some butterfly and bee seeds in early spring and tonnes of Borage came up, which the bees ABSOLUTELY LOVE!!!!!!!!! :snorky: It's ALWAYS covered with them and so, I am going to let it self seed...
    I scattered some butterfly and bee seeds in early spring and tonnes of Borage came up, which the bees ABSOLUTELY LOVE!!!!!!!!! :snorky: It's ALWAYS covered with them and so, I am going to let it self seed almost everywhere for them! Luckily I think it's a beautiful plant too, so I will be as happy as...
    I scattered some butterfly and bee seeds in early spring and tonnes of Borage came up, which the bees ABSOLUTELY LOVE!!!!!!!!! :snorky: It's ALWAYS covered with them and so, I am going to let it self seed almost everywhere for them! Luckily I think it's...
    I scattered some butterfly and bee seeds in early spring and tonnes of Borage came up, which the bees ABSOLUTELY LOVE!!!!!!!!! :snorky: It's ALWAYS covered with them and so, I am going to let it self seed...
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  18. Radiation91

    Rules on collecting blackberry stems?

    If I get desperate later on then I might take you up on that :heehee:Yeh I thought the same except I get the feeling that some people might see it as "interfering with wildlife" sort of thing. :noidea: I...
    If I get desperate later on then I might take you up on that :heehee:Yeh I thought the same except I get the feeling that some people might see it as "interfering with wildlife" sort of thing. :noidea: I figured a bit of research about the rules would be a good idea.
    If I get desperate later on then I might take you up on that :heehee:Yeh I thought the same except I get the feeling that some people might see it as "interfering with wildlife" sort of thing. :noidea: I figured a bit of research about the rules would be a...
    If I get desperate later on then I might take you up on that :heehee:Yeh I thought the same except I get the feeling that some people might see it as "interfering with wildlife" sort of thing. :noidea: I...
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  19. luciusmaximus

    Wildflower seeds.

    ...also called yellow rattle, e.g. In chilterns seed catalogue
    ...also called yellow rattle, e.g. In chilterns seed catalogue
    ...also called yellow rattle, e.g. In chilterns seed catalogue
    ...also called yellow rattle, e.g. In chilterns seed catalogue
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  20. Paul Blackburn

    Some wild flower advice

    I undertook a wildflower planting scheme in our village nearly 20 years ago, and all the species have now become established in a wider area. Rather than single seeds, I sowed a small pinch....
    I undertook a wildflower planting scheme in our village nearly 20 years ago, and all the species have now become established in a wider area. Rather than single seeds, I sowed a small pinch. Plants from spring sown perrenial seeds should be big enough to plant out amongst grass in autumn, and...
    I undertook a wildflower planting scheme in our village nearly 20 years ago, and all the species have now become established in a wider area. Rather than single seeds, I sowed a small pinch. Plants from spring sown perrenial seeds should be big...
    I undertook a wildflower planting scheme in our village nearly 20 years ago, and all the species have now become established in a wider area. Rather than single seeds, I sowed a small pinch....
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  21. Mowerman

    Have You Got a Big Hairy .... ???

    ....Bittercress (Cardamine hirsuta, AKA Hairy bittercress).Found an absolute beauty growing next to my Mum's bushy area (of the lawn, you dirty-minded individual!!) and it was over ten inches...
    ....Bittercress (Cardamine hirsuta, AKA Hairy bittercress).Found an absolute beauty growing next to my Mum's bushy area (of the lawn, you dirty-minded individual!!) and it was over ten inches long :yikes:! Beat that!!!Pic to prove. See if you've got a bigger hairy one and post proof. :thumbsup:P.S...
    ....Bittercress (Cardamine hirsuta, AKA Hairy bittercress).Found an absolute beauty growing next to my Mum's bushy area (of the lawn, you dirty-minded individual!!) and it was over ten inches long :yikes:! Beat that!!!Pic to prove. See if you've...
    ....Bittercress (Cardamine hirsuta, AKA Hairy bittercress).Found an absolute beauty growing next to my Mum's bushy area (of the lawn, you dirty-minded individual!!) and it was over ten inches...
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  22. Mowerman

    Field Horse Tails - Advice Appreciated

    @Mowerman they only get the waxy coating as they mature, so spraying them before they open is much more effective.
    @Mowerman they only get the waxy coating as they mature, so spraying them before they open is much more effective.
    @Mowerman they only get the waxy coating as they mature, so spraying them before they open is much more effective.
    @Mowerman they only get the waxy coating as they mature, so spraying them before they open is much more effective.
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  23. FloraPie

    Herbs & Naps

    Is that you Mr snow blower @Sandy Ground :fishing: I shall 3D print you a shovel. A very nice and bright orange one that's silent and fluorescent, so you'll always be able to find it! "snow dig"
    Is that you Mr snow blower @Sandy Ground :fishing: I shall 3D print you a shovel. A very nice and bright orange one that's silent and fluorescent, so you'll always be able to find it! "snow dig"
    Is that you Mr snow blower @Sandy Ground :fishing: I shall 3D print you a shovel. A very nice and bright orange one that's silent and fluorescent, so you'll always be able to find it! "snow dig"
    Is that you Mr snow blower @Sandy Ground :fishing: I shall 3D print you a shovel. A very nice and bright orange one that's silent and fluorescent, so you'll always be able to find it! "snow dig"
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  24. Frxv300

    My herbs

    Did you put a picture of it in the Plant ID thread here at GC ?
    Did you put a picture of it in the Plant ID thread here at GC ?
    Did you put a picture of it in the Plant ID thread here at GC ?
    Did you put a picture of it in the Plant ID thread here at GC ?
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  25. Zigs
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    Clean Air

    @FloraPie our Zigs makes wine from almost anything. :Wino: :snork:
    @FloraPie our Zigs makes wine from almost anything. :Wino: :snork:
    @FloraPie our Zigs makes wine from almost anything. :Wino: :snork:
    @FloraPie our Zigs makes wine from almost anything. :Wino: :snork:
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