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Meadow Buttercup

Meadow buttercup is a perennial weed. It is recorded up to 4,000 ft in Britain....

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17 May, 2010
Drc726

'Teeth of the Lion'

The Dandelion is a member of the sunflower family, the name came from the French,...

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17 May, 2010
Drc726

Lichens,Algae,and Moss.

I was reminded on my garden visit yesterday that Goy often gets asked about lichen...

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16 May, 2010
Drc726

Old Espaliers

I saw lots of Espalier fruit trees at King John’s garden yesterday, they were very...

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16 May, 2010
Drc726

Benches in King Johns Garden

Quiet places to sit and ponder in this garden

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15 May, 2010
Drc726

King John's Garden

My morning was spent walking around King John’s Garden near Etchingham in East Sussex....

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15 May, 2010
Drc726

Walk after voting part 2

More of the area where I live in East Sussex

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6 May, 2010
Drc726

Walk after voting part 1 English Bluebells

Hope you like our walk this morning to among the Bluebells.

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6 May, 2010
Drc726

Tulipa San Marino

After doing some research I found these are one of the Tulips known as 'Broken Tulips'...

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3 May, 2010
Drc726

A little bit of Poland in an English field.

Since it was built I have often wondered why there is a memorial on the wayside about...

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26 Apr, 2010
Drc726

No Nettles - no Ladybirds!

Now I know why I never see ladybirds in my garden. Having cleared all the Nettles...

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25 Apr, 2010
Drc726

Some you win some you lose!

Falling ash could be good for gardens??? Volcanic ash can fertilize soil, help it...

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21 Apr, 2010
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