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Profile Image Ian Betteridge

Gardeningian

Gardening helps me with my daily deep depression battle. Looking to make new friends. Live in Surrey (UK). Twitter - @IanNatureGarden

Lupinus (Unknown variety)

  • Season Icon Mid SpringMid Spring 2017
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Gardeningian

Ready to burst! #lupin #plant #flowers #purple #gardenchat

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clickchick

Beautiful hun

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  • Season Icon Late SpringLate Spring 2016
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Gardeningian

Morning all ๐Ÿ˜€ #lupins #plants #flowers #purple #gardening #surrey #gardenchat #stunning #nature #natural

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blueeyes

Good morning x

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clickchick

Gorgeous sight :)

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bevkb

Good morning, hopefully a great day for being in the garden.

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mikethegardener

Morning Ian, morning all. Have a great day. Nice picture Ian!

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rachyroo

Got to love a lupin!๐Ÿ˜Š

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justin

Morning Ian ๐Ÿ‘‹

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ontheskyline

Fantastic condition!

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HunsburyBear

Morning Ian

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godfreye

Good morning Ian love lupins๐Ÿค—

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janric

Morning Ian your lupins looking great๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿป

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Sue15

Bought two lupin plants this morning from ths narket.

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  • Season Icon Mid SpringMid Spring 2016
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Gardeningian

Got to love the way Lupins develop #plants #flowers #gardening #young #gardenchat #surrey #nature #natural #mothernature #lupins

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mikethegardener

Like mini aliens...

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mila

Love to grow lupins,but the snail and slugs love them.

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Gardeningian

@mila yep certainly a pain in the bum ๐Ÿ˜ˆ

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brightcolours

#slugs #snails

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clickchick

Fantastic photo :)

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bookworm68

Yeah i think slugs/snails do aswell hahah

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gardendragon

Wonderful pic.

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bizzylizzy

I plant them every year as they never grow back. I'm not too sure if this is due to slugs.

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Gardeningian

@bizzylizzy what position do you grow them?

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bizzylizzy

@Gardeningian they are in partial shade (east facing) they get the morning sun.

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Gardeningian

@bizzylizzy position sounds ok its similar to me. They do get eaten by bugs (aphids) so maybe worth giving them a spray. When they die back i put a little bit of straw down which protects them even more.

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