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Old 12-09-2016, 01:35 PM   #41
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More free seeds for Autumn planting here. This organisation has won a national lottery award for best UK Eco friendly project, as a reward offering more free seeds. Send off for your free seeds here:

http://www.growwilduk.com

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Old 12-09-2016, 09:13 PM   #42
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I did this a few years ago with Friend of the Earth and my local council lawn mowered them! Cut them down!
That's the thing.
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Old 12-09-2016, 09:21 PM   #43
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This is where guerilla gardening comes in...spots of wasteground, derelict buildings, railway embankments...
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Old 12-09-2016, 09:23 PM   #44
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It's all concrete jungle in London.
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Old 12-09-2016, 09:31 PM   #45
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It's all concrete jungle in London.
All the more reason to Edenise it. Some of the most successful guerilla gardening occurs between cracked paving stone slabs and around municipal buildings. You probably walk past somewhere every day that can quite happily accommodate a handful of inconspicuous seedlings. Open your eyes as you're walking about.

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Old 13-09-2016, 06:54 AM   #46
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All the more reason to Edenise it. Some of the most successful guerilla gardening occurs between cracked paving stone slabs and around municipal buildings. You probably walk past somewhere every day that can quite happily accommodate a handful of inconspicuous seedlings. Open your eyes as you're walking about.
Yeah it's amazing seeing wild buddleia growing out of walls and even on old building roof tops.

The flowers sure add beauty wherever they grow. I'm quite the 'scatterer' got it down to a fine art now.

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Old 13-09-2016, 05:13 PM   #47
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Yeah it's amazing seeing wild buddleia growing out of walls and even on old building roof tops.

The flowers sure add beauty wherever they grow. I'm quite the 'scatterer' got it down to a fine art now.
Buddleia is the butterfly's favourite isn't it...we've had quite an exotic array landing on ours this year.

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Old 12-10-2016, 09:19 PM   #48
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Thumbs up How To Make A Seed Bomb



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Old 13-10-2016, 03:50 PM   #49
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Nice one. Elshaper You will also find that most seeds pushed into the flesh of a cut open Avocado will provide all the primary nutrients, insulation and perfect seed grenade for lobbing into derelict buildings or landfills.

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Old 13-10-2016, 03:56 PM   #50
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There are NO weeds, just plants. There are no 'invasive species'....it's the same fascism that's applied to humans, which gets applied to plants. I've seen people become livid about some himalayan balsam, uprooting it because 'it's an invasive species'. FFS! I've seen loads of bees enjoying the flowers, one of the few plants in flower at THIS time of year.

Same with dandelions....if people had patience they would sit and watch bumblebees and honey bees visiting the yellow heads...repeatedly.
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Old 13-10-2016, 03:58 PM   #51
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All the more reason to Edenise it. Some of the most successful guerilla gardening occurs between cracked paving stone slabs and around municipal buildings. You probably walk past somewhere every day that can quite happily accommodate a handful of inconspicuous seedlings. Open your eyes as you're walking about.
People should fill shoes with some soil, plant seeds in it, and then suspend them from cables and trees.
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Old 08-04-2017, 03:50 PM   #52
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More help for the bees pleez - seeds offer here from the saves the bees petition - £1.50 contribution if you can spare it, free if not, go to :


https://speakout.38degrees.org.uk/surveys/418#

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Old 08-04-2017, 03:53 PM   #53
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More help for the bees pleez - seeds offer here from the saves the bees petition - £1.50 contribution if you can spare it, free if not, go to :


https://speakout.38degrees.co.uk/surveys/418#
Lavender plants are very good for the bees they love the purple flowers that have lot of food for them.
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Lavender plants are very good for the bees they love the purple flowers that have lot of food for them.
Borage, I believe, is a favourite of theirs, also.
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Old 08-04-2017, 09:17 PM   #55
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More help for the bees pleez - seeds offer here from the saves the bees petition - £1.50 contribution if you can spare it, free if not, go to :


https://speakout.38degrees.org.uk/surveys/418#
Link rectified...should work now.
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The humble bumble is the kind of Bee that cannot handle the pesticides, it is the essential species that are under threat.

But planting seeds is futile if you live in an era of mono cropping, where they will still feel the effect from over spray, humans included.

The honey bee is already farmed and acclimatised to most chemicals except a few really wicked ones like Monitor which is so toxic the food stuffs like potatoes need airing in giant sheds for a week or so to make sure any residue has evaporated.

We live in a spray free zone so the bees are plentiful here.

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Old 09-04-2017, 09:05 AM   #58
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It's all concrete jungle in London.
If you can find a copy of this book and why the Birds in London diminished dramatically after 1970, which is when unleaded full was first introduced.


https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/...arrows_And_Man

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/J._Denis_Summers-Smith

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First it was the birds that declined here in London and now the bees are under attack.

Who next.

Shortly before and during the slow and planned collapse of the Roman Empire there were large movements of people into what we're once highly controlled areas and with them came disease and large deaths of the population due to yellow plague.

I'm going out on a whim here but this is what I think the elite have been planning for quite some years and it will be a mass die off in the cities themselves and why the UN''s Agenda 21 model needs to get as many into cities as possible to contain the epidemics that they will release and blame it on the immigrants.

We have all seen the films like Patriot and the others of a similar ilk.

www.youtube.com/watch?v=KsEK5Qn27Tk

Know what I mean.

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Old 09-04-2017, 12:29 PM   #59
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The humble bumble is the kind of Bee that cannot handle the pesticides, it is the essential species that are under threat.

But planting seeds is futile if you live in an era of mono cropping, where they will still feel the effect from over spray, humans included.

The honey bee is already farmed and acclimatised to most chemicals except a few really wicked ones like Monitor which is so toxic the food stuffs like potatoes need airing in giant sheds for a week or so to make sure any residue has evaporated.

We live in a spray free zone so the bees are plentiful here.
It isn't just pesticides though, Nexus has carried articles on the effects of EMFs ( electro magnetic frequencies) through 4G & 5G Wi Fi techno which can induce colony collapse disorder.

Nexus link here with FREE pdf article downloads on the subject of the plight of our buzzing friends , cop a load of this - well worth reading
through all those blue article headers:

http://www.nexusmagazine.com/compone...se=allitemid=6

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For y'all seedy people.
A bit pornographic in places. LOL


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