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Karen Purves

Karen Purves

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Darmera peltata (Indian rhubarb or umbrella plant) Leaves can grow up to 24" wide. Can grow in moist
Great modern privacy fence out of plywood. I'd love to do this!
A large house can accommodate a variety of wild bees
Alternative to traditional raised beds
hugelkultur - the ultimate raised garden beds
“@Anglawrence: The Angie Lawrence Daily is out! Stories via @karenpurves @WebTechClub” thanks
RT @dorkingnews: Daughter's sudden death inspires mum to start youth charity http://www.dorkingandleatherhe...
“@AndyBoxHill: Check out the amazing colours of the heather in flower on Headley Heath earlier.” love Headley :)
Here's the link to the article in the Dorking Ad http://www.dorkingandleatherhe...
RT @SurreyMassageC: "Daughter's sudden death inspires mum to start youth charity http://www.dorkingandleatherhe..." @karenpurves amazing work :)
I am going to be speaking about Promising Futures on Saturday morning on BBC Surrey :)
RT @robglow: Hey @VodafoneUK, do the morally correct thing and pay your tax! It’s not like you’re short of a few billion #payup @UKuncut
RT @rorogers123: Hey @VodafoneUK - the £6b you owe the public purse for your tax avoidance could pay for my autistic brother's funding cuts to DLA. PAY UP!
Found this post from 2012 by Evie Louise who died 12 months later. Made me smile
Found this comment from Evie Louise. Made me smile :)
Fantastic photo of the Stenness Stones with the sun behind them http://photography.nationalgeo...
“@dorkingnews: Debate begins: should “powerless” Dorking get its own town council?” interesting!
“@stevenhealey: The Networkers Weekly is out! Stories via @hamlesh @TheChiefCheese @karenpurves” thanks :)
Thanks for the RTs this week! @deirdredee via
Have a read! Hopefully it will inspire you to notice the little things :)
Experiencing Aloneness highlights Gratitude
Experiencing Aloneness highlights Gratitude
Something for Sunday, originally sung by slaves, let's sing it again today - Down to the river to pray
Something for Sunday, originally sung by slaves, let's sing it again today - Down to the river to pray
Food production is big business. So big, that agri-giants continuously look to increase yields. You amy ask why...
We're only one crisis away from starvation. This video from national geographic shows two families responses.
Goes back to the old rhyme: Sticks and stones may hurt your bones but, Names will never hurt hurt you. If you...
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