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U.S.A., Washington State. USDA zone 8a. Sunset climate zone 5

Thursday, July 14, 2011

Papaver orientale 'Manhatten'. My garden-2011

Papaver orientale 'Manhatten'





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18 comments:

  1. These are stunning. I've only ever seen poppies in reds and oranges. These could potentially fit into my border color wise.

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  2. Tatyana, the poppies are now in their glory along with our lavender; actually they are beginning to wane following a most unusual rain for us 2 days ago. Beautiful photos as always!

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  3. Oh my they are beautiful.

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  4. What a cracking colour.

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  5. Your poppies are popping with color! Beautiful, especially on these cloudy, rainy days. Do you think our summer will ever arrive this year?

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  6. My annual poppies are all flowering now too. Yours is just beautiful!

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  7. The poppy is an absolute knockout.

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  8. Gorgeous colour and blooms!

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  9. Color me jealous! These are fabulous, and your great photos bring our their rich color and fascinating details.

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  10. Tatyana,
    Those are beautiful. I planted Oriental Poppies once, but they didn't make it more than one year. Yours are amazing. I love the color. Your pictures are amazing.

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  11. Gorgeous poppies Tatyana! I grew them at my last home but they only came back a couple of years.

    Eileen

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  12. What an amazing color!! wow. Think this one goes on the list!

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  13. I love these, Tatyana. Definitely a star in your garden!

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  14. Wow! What a beauty! Great photos! Thank you for inspiring me to find one for my garden.

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  15. I've never seen purple poppies either. They're beautiful! Great pictures!

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  16. Hi Tanya,
    your blog is going subito in my blogroll. Beautiful garden, lovely pictures !!! Wery glad, to find you !

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  17. Gorgeous photographs as in all of your post Tatyana! Stunning poppy portraits!

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