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Sweet Cicely

Sweet Cicely

Glorious bluebell woodland, my puppy used to love it... I miss him :(

Delayed bluebell displays will be glory of the spring

Graham & Brown Bluebell Landscape Printed Canvas Art - X - - Wall Art & Coverings - Decor

Pretty in pink

Pretty in pink

Photography: Catriona Tudor Erler  / Coastal Living / A bonsai-like Japanese black pine helps give the garden its Asian feel. Having tended the private gardens on this two-acre vantage point for the past 25 years, Tom Helm says his philosophy is “to attempt to amuse the eye without detracting from the view.”

Planted by the Sea

Gorgeous view - a pretty meadow of wild flowers

Gorgeous view - a pretty meadow of wild flowers

plantain with flowering shoot

Plantago Major, "a safe and effective treatment for bleeding, it quickly staunches blood flow and encourages the repair of damaged tissue".

Above ground pool and deck

Decks: Above Ground Pools With Decks, above ground pools with deck installed, above ground pool deck ideas

Washing blowing on the line, not on a rotary one though.

Washing blowing on the line, not on a rotary one though.

a meadow...one day i will live near a meadow, maybe my next life..

a meadow.one day i will live near a meadow, maybe my next life.

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An on the ground view of a riot of colourful meadow flowers and grasses, Wensleydale in the Yorkshire Dales

Sunny geraniums

Sunny geraniums

A profusion of poppies! The image above is from the Antelope Valley California Poppy Preserve located west of Lancaster near the west end of the Mojave Desert. The California poppy (Eschscholzia californica Cham.) has been the state flower since 1903 and April 6 is officially designated in the state as California Poppy Day. Native Americans valued it as a food source for the oil extracted from the seeds. It was also known as copa de oro - "cup of gold". The poppies grow in arid areas all…

A profusion of poppies! The image above is from the Antelope Valley California Poppy Preserve located west of Lancaster near the west end of the Mojave Desert. The California poppy (Eschscholzia californica Cham.) has been the state flower since 1903 and April 6 is officially designated in the state as California Poppy Day. Native Americans valued it as a food source for the oil extracted from the seeds. It was also known as copa de oro - "cup of gold". The poppies grow in arid areas all…

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