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Sunday, October 6, 2013

Blue Poppy Seedpods. Just Pictures

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14 comments:

  1. Great macros!
    Very interesting.
    Lea
    Lea's Menagerie

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  2. Tatyana, are you going to collect the seeds?

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    1. Jonh, I don't collect them. Who knows, maybe they'll self seed!

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  3. Tatyana, Wow enjoyed seeing this. Our neighbor has huge poppies, alway miss getting seeds.

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    1. Thank you Randy! I love poppies and got some new seeds from a friend. I'm looking forward to have some pink ones!

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  4. Those are fun seed pods! I like the shape of Milkweed seed pods, too. I'm waiting for mine to grow out so I can collect them and give them to other people to plant. There's so much hope in seeds collected for the next season or left to self-sow on their own.

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    1. PlantPostings, thank you! Milkweed is a great plant. I wish it'd bloom every year. Mine didn't bloomed this summer, and I missed its white flowers.

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  5. So beautiful that blue poppy and the seedpods look beautiful too. I suppose you collect them to sow for the next season, or do you leave them to self-sow ? Here these poppies are rather difficult to grow.

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    1. Hi Janneke! I just leave them on plants. Even very experienced gardeners have tough time growing blue poppy from seeds, so I don't even try. If they want, they will self seed, if they don't, I'm not going to spend my time forcing them.

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    1. Thanks, Donna! They look like hedgehog/centipede hybrid!

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  7. Blue poppy seeds - just beautiful! I love the close-ups.

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    1. Deb, thanks! Wouldn't it be great if there will be seedlings next year? LOL

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