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August 17, 2011

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Krithi

Simply amazing!

Caffettiera

Poppies are one of the most fleeting beauties of nature. I somehow never thought poppy seeds came from regular poppies, funny :)

anh

stunning! I am growing poppies this year as well. Hopefully they will surprise me!

Susan

A knock-out. I've always been a poppy fan: their blooms, wiry stems, pods, and seeds.
A really fine shot, Simona.

Thank you for sharing it for BWW.

Paz

This is an awesome photo.

Simona Carini

Thanks, Krithi!

Ciao Caffettiera. They are very delicate, but also resilient. And beautiful in all the stages of their cycle.

Hi Anh. Good luck with your poppies: I hope you'll be pleased by them.

Thanks Susan. I am totally fascinated by poppies. I am happy that they seem to like my garden.

Thanks, Paz.

Sally

Do you know of a salad made with chopped up poppy plant?

Simona Carini

Hello Sally and thank you for stopping by. I have never heard of a poppy plant salad. Personally, I would not try it. I have a few plants in my garden, because I like the flowers. I don't even touch the plants until it is time to harvest the pods.

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