Helianthus

The Noodles of Reptiblr part 3: The ball python special! I really hope I did everyone’s colors justice… 
(Part 1) (Part 2)

More appreciation for the sweetest, loveliest snakes on Tumblr! 
Also, I wanted to give an honorable mention to Eos~ Best of luck sweetheart! We still love you~ <3

Magnus belongs to @dogpantry
Akihiko belongs to @citrusnoodle
Apollo belongs to @teleos
Hyperion and Eos belong to @wheremyscalesslither
Felix belongs to @the-long-dog
Clementine belongs to @tailsandco
Thresh and Rhea belong to @i-m-snek
Helia is @dailyhelianthus

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Plant of the Day 

Thursday 13 July 2017 

 I was fortunate to attend the opening of the reconstructed treehouse at Easton Lodge, Essex, UK, and saw the great work volunteers were undertaking in the old walled garden. Here Helianthus annuus ‘Moulin Rogue’ (sunflower) was producing unusual dark red blooms with a dark brown centre. This hardy annual was grown from seed which can be germinated on a sunny windowsill or glasshouse bench in April or May. 

Jill Raggett

The Wiccan’s Glossary

Here are fifteen plants to buy to save the bees.

1. Lavandula spp. (Lavender)

2. Rosemarinus officinalis (Rosemary)

3. Salvia spp. (Sage)

4. Echinacea spp. (Coneflower)

5. Helianthus spp. (Sunflower)

6. Cercis spp. (Redbud)

7. Nepeta spp. (Catnip)

8. Penstemon spp. (Penstemon)

9. Stachys spp. (Lamb’s ears)

10. Verbena spp. (Verbena)

11. Phacelia spp. (Bells or Phacelia)

12. Aster spp. (Aster)

13. Rudbeckia spp. (Black-eyed Susan)

14. Origanum spp. (Oregano)

15. Achilliea millefolium (Yarrow)