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    Gardengirl86
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    Watched an awesome gardeners world this morning about the benefits of growing wildflowers we can all do it ‘ whatever the size ,a small edge is all that’s needed to encourage wildlife and let a patch of garden be natural w need bees to pollinate our crops so a small patch will contribute to the eco system

    #25374

    Roloholo
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    I’m going to create a little wildflower section on my new allotment which will hopefully help the bees and insects for everyone else’s allotments too!

    #25386

    Gemgems
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    Best flowers to plant in July?

    #25390

    Ball.singh9000
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    Plant a lavender hedge! Plant lots of cosmos, verbena. Bees and butterflies love them… good luck.. your doing your bit

    #25391

    st93
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    Looking forward to being able to plant the wildflowers!

    #25392

    chookyhirsch
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    A lavender hedge is a really effective way to attract lots of bees for pollination. Working on a new one this year.

    #25398

    obiemakosi
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    We are thinking of growing a raised wildflower patch within our garden will it work?

    #25400

    Meerkatson
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    Moved into our house, with an almost completely empty garden, in February and started our first wildflower garden straight away. Last week it was amazing with poppies, cornflowers etc. Today it’s rather flattened from the heavy rain.

    #25401

    Suziewoos
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    Hello,
    I’m also really enthusiastic about getting going & planting the the right plants for bees & pollinators.

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