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Katharine Slade at 2015-07-01T19:39:44+0000 2 people like this |
Anyone else melted today? walled garden at Battlesteads topped 41.8 .....weyyyyy too hot! - show more posts on this group
Ian Sosa at 2015-07-01T17:05:56+0000 14 people like this |
My Black Orchid at home... blooming... so lovely...! - show more posts on this group
Jorge Jaldee Aldana at 2015-07-01T19:20:27+0000 1 people like this |
Belize Interlocking Pavers & Blocks Chocolate anyone? Sorry these are bricks soon to become fired bricks for bbq grills, pizza ovens, fogons, walkways, etc! SOON!!!!! Contact 632 3461 - show more posts on this group
Phillipa Lopez at 2015-07-01T15:20:26+0000 9 people like this | 1 people comments
This is what i wake up to,the beauty of nature!! So loving my plants!! - show more posts on this group
Chris Phyto at 2015-07-01T14:54:52+0000 4 people like this | 1 people comments
Hedge-u-cation Spring Family Camp A week long camp in the South West for young people and adults wild skills. A quick heads up folks... this brilliant event sold out easily last year on the opening day, and we are not increasing ticket numbers for the 2016 camp. So if you want to come along to the most fantabulous out - show more posts on this group
Erin Clay at 2015-07-01T15:14:59+0000 | 5 people comments
What grows wild in coastal South Carolina? I live near Charleston, SC if this helps. - show more posts on this group
Inga van der Heiden at 2015-07-01T16:30:18+0000 | 10 people comments
could this be jack by the hedge? i had written it off as bindweed but clearly didn't have my glasses on. it does smell a bit garlicky if i tear it up - show more posts on this group
Ange Costello at 2015-07-01T15:25:24+0000 1 people like this | 8 people comments
Thank u for the add my friend needs to know what this plant is as it seams to be dying tyi xx - show more posts on this group
Norbert Szeverenyi at 2015-07-01T18:25:38+0000 1 people like this |
Virgin Cocktails For This Summer Virgin...@@@@...tails (or Mocktails as they are commonly known) are becoming ever popular, especially in an age of the ever growing health conscious types. Whether it’s because you are the designated driver and don’t want to be left out, or whether you just don’t like alcohol (Wha - show more posts on this group
Sue Heath at 2015-07-01T13:02:54+0000 13 people like this | 19 people comments
Yesterday, I mentioned that I had a 'good' recipe for sloe gin. Well here it is, together with a way of using up the gin-soaked sloes. I'll keep a copy so I can post this again later in the year. Sloe gin 500g sloes 100g granulated sugar 1 litre gin (supermarket own brand is fine) Wash & dry the sloes then pric - show more posts on this group

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