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  • 💐 We wouldn't mind this cottage situation 💐 @teresaonthefarm
  • 💐 We wouldn't mind this cottage situation 💐 @teresaonthefarm
  • 187 6 3 hours ago
  • De första narcisserna blommar och blåsipporna är som allra vackrast! Obs! Notera att de här blåsipporna är odlade i rabatt och plockade därifrån. Här i Finland är blåsippan inte fridlyst, men man ska förstås ändå undvika att plocka vilt växande blåsippor. /  Today was a lovely day with 23°C and I’m happy to see the first Narcissus in bloom. Those blue anemones aren’t that bad either 💜
  • De första narcisserna blommar och blåsipporna är som allra vackrast! Obs! Notera att de här blåsipporna är odlade i rabatt och plockade därifrån. Här i Finland är blåsippan inte fridlyst, men man ska förstås ändå undvika att plocka vilt växande blåsippor. / Today was a lovely day with 23°C and I’m happy to see the first Narcissus in bloom. Those blue anemones aren’t that bad either 💜
  • 772 10 12 hours ago

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  • Samen op een duurzame en speelse manier je eigen groenten verbouwen zonder er veel tijd en ruimte in te steken. 📱👩🧑👧🧒👶⠀
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Je herkent het wel, de kinderen komen thuis en het eerste wat ze vragen is: Mam, pap wat eten we? Jij moet na een lange dag hier nog overdenken en je haasten naar de supermarkt om wat halen, terwijl de kids zich veilig achter de tablets verstoppen. Zelf wil je graag bewust omgaan met voedsel, maar dat gaat niet altijd zo gemakkelijk.⠀
Bij Mijn Boerderijtje onderhoud je jouw eigen online moestuin en krijg je jouw eigen groenten 100% biologisch thuisgestuurd. Jullie kiezen zelf de groenten en kruiden die jullie willen verbouwen en verzorgt die tot dat ze rijp zijn. Met de online moestuin kun je samen op een leuke en speelse manier bewust worden van het voedselproces. Je wordt door het proces begeleid, van onkruid wieden tot het verdrijven van slakken. Op deze manier kweek jij samen met je gezin digitale groene vingers!⠀
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#mijnboerderijtje  #gardening  #healthy #vegetables #thuisbezorgd #voeding  #food #family #samen #together #kids #healthyliving #bewust  #sustainable #momlife #motherhood #dad #gezin #samenzijn #moments #mama #kid #kinderen #papa
  • Samen op een duurzame en speelse manier je eigen groenten verbouwen zonder er veel tijd en ruimte in te steken. 📱👩🧑👧🧒👶⠀

    Je herkent het wel, de kinderen komen thuis en het eerste wat ze vragen is: Mam, pap wat eten we? Jij moet na een lange dag hier nog overdenken en je haasten naar de supermarkt om wat halen, terwijl de kids zich veilig achter de tablets verstoppen. Zelf wil je graag bewust omgaan met voedsel, maar dat gaat niet altijd zo gemakkelijk.⠀
    Bij Mijn Boerderijtje onderhoud je jouw eigen online moestuin en krijg je jouw eigen groenten 100% biologisch thuisgestuurd. Jullie kiezen zelf de groenten en kruiden die jullie willen verbouwen en verzorgt die tot dat ze rijp zijn. Met de online moestuin kun je samen op een leuke en speelse manier bewust worden van het voedselproces. Je wordt door het proces begeleid, van onkruid wieden tot het verdrijven van slakken. Op deze manier kweek jij samen met je gezin digitale groene vingers!⠀

    #mijnboerderijtje #gardening #healthy #vegetables #thuisbezorgd #voeding #food #family #samen #together #kids #healthyliving #bewust #sustainable #momlife #motherhood #dad #gezin #samenzijn #moments #mama #kid #kinderen #papa
  • 5 0 2 minutes ago
  • EARTH FRIENDLY
QUALITY SERVICE
SUSTAINABLE
but most importantly,
FAMILY
.
Meet the team:
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PJ Du Plessis
Owner of Alimandi - the driving force, believing that a humble approach is the key to growth and success
.
Oeloff Du Plessis
Our Operations Director - focusing on ensuring that all systems and processes run smoothly for a happy customer experience
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Maresa Samuel
Our Sales Manager - in charge of looking after our customers and growing our portfolio
.
To get involved with this powerful and knowledgeable team, make contact to day - sales@alimandi.co.za .
#alimandinursery #nursery #plants #waterwise #planting #gardening #potplants #decorativepots #fruittrees
  • EARTH FRIENDLY
    QUALITY SERVICE
    SUSTAINABLE
    but most importantly,
    FAMILY
    .
    Meet the team:
    .
    PJ Du Plessis
    Owner of Alimandi - the driving force, believing that a humble approach is the key to growth and success
    .
    Oeloff Du Plessis
    Our Operations Director - focusing on ensuring that all systems and processes run smoothly for a happy customer experience
    .
    Maresa Samuel
    Our Sales Manager - in charge of looking after our customers and growing our portfolio
    .
    To get involved with this powerful and knowledgeable team, make contact to day - sales@alimandi.co.za .
    #alimandinursery #nursery #plants #waterwise #planting #gardening #potplants #decorativepots #fruittrees
  • 0 0 8 minutes ago
  • Golden Canes are in almost every yard in QLD but these pics illustrate exact what’s happening underground with their extensive root system. While they are considered non-invasive I’d tend to disagree!
They literally strangle anything growing nearby not to mention the gazillion fronds they shed each summer.
Worth the privacy screen?
Maybe.
#gardening #palmtrees #goldencanepalm #sunshinecoast #mooloolaba
  • Golden Canes are in almost every yard in QLD but these pics illustrate exact what’s happening underground with their extensive root system. While they are considered non-invasive I’d tend to disagree!
    They literally strangle anything growing nearby not to mention the gazillion fronds they shed each summer.
    Worth the privacy screen?
    Maybe.
    #gardening #palmtrees #goldencanepalm #sunshinecoast #mooloolaba
  • 2 0 9 minutes ago
  • As the grey clouds of winter start to evaporate and the long-missed sun finally emerges, for a little while at least – after all, this is Britain – we can finally, thankfully, say that spring has returned.
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One advantage of the dark greyness of winter is that you can’t see all the stray fallen branches, the matting of weeds and the confetti of dead brown leaves that cover your garden. But now that the sun’s out, it’s time for a tidy up.
.
The first and most important step is preparation. Fail to prepare and you prepare to fail, as the old adage goes.
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.
Preparation
.
* Prune damaged branches
* Clear fallen leaves
* Weed beds
* Rid the area of any unwanted mess.
.
The wind in winter can be violent, and while we can hide from it indoors, our trees suffer the full brunt of it. Winter storms not only create breakages, but they can weaken your trees as well. Therefore it’s so important, now that the winds have calmed a little, to check and make sure that your trees and their largest limbs are stable. If you notice any weaknesses it may be time for a little precision surgery to avoid an accident occurring in the warmer months when you and others are more likely to be in your garden.
.
.
Feed and Renew
.
* Nutritional fertiliser
* Mulch
* Plant
.
Trees have cravings too. After a long winter they will be hungry and in need of just the right combination of nutrients in order to stay strong and produce a healthy growth of leaves and flowers this spring and summer. It is, therefore, important for many species of trees to provide them with nutritional fertiliser. If you are struggling to know which trees need what care, or you’d just like a little additional advice, we’re always on hand.
.
.
Observe
* Standing water
* Flood damage
* Insects
* Disease.
.
Before you can completely step back and admire your garden, we have to take a closer look to ensure everything is A-okay. Did we miss anything? Are your trees ready for the sunny seasons that are to follow?
.
While water is an essential life-giving element for any tree, too much of it can cause problems, encouraging insects, rot and fungi. Make sure that your garden drains well and address any standing water issues.
  • As the grey clouds of winter start to evaporate and the long-missed sun finally emerges, for a little while at least – after all, this is Britain – we can finally, thankfully, say that spring has returned.
    .
    One advantage of the dark greyness of winter is that you can’t see all the stray fallen branches, the matting of weeds and the confetti of dead brown leaves that cover your garden. But now that the sun’s out, it’s time for a tidy up.
    .
    The first and most important step is preparation. Fail to prepare and you prepare to fail, as the old adage goes.
    .
    .
    Preparation
    .
    * Prune damaged branches
    * Clear fallen leaves
    * Weed beds
    * Rid the area of any unwanted mess.
    .
    The wind in winter can be violent, and while we can hide from it indoors, our trees suffer the full brunt of it. Winter storms not only create breakages, but they can weaken your trees as well. Therefore it’s so important, now that the winds have calmed a little, to check and make sure that your trees and their largest limbs are stable. If you notice any weaknesses it may be time for a little precision surgery to avoid an accident occurring in the warmer months when you and others are more likely to be in your garden.
    .
    .
    Feed and Renew
    .
    * Nutritional fertiliser
    * Mulch
    * Plant
    .
    Trees have cravings too. After a long winter they will be hungry and in need of just the right combination of nutrients in order to stay strong and produce a healthy growth of leaves and flowers this spring and summer. It is, therefore, important for many species of trees to provide them with nutritional fertiliser. If you are struggling to know which trees need what care, or you’d just like a little additional advice, we’re always on hand.
    .
    .
    Observe
    * Standing water
    * Flood damage
    * Insects
    * Disease.
    .
    Before you can completely step back and admire your garden, we have to take a closer look to ensure everything is A-okay. Did we miss anything? Are your trees ready for the sunny seasons that are to follow?
    .
    While water is an essential life-giving element for any tree, too much of it can cause problems, encouraging insects, rot and fungi. Make sure that your garden drains well and address any standing water issues.
  • 1 1 16 minutes ago
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  • 97 3 23 April, 2019