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

Wednesday, August 6, 2014

Romneya coulteri. Wordless Wednesday










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29 comments:

  1. Such a beauty ... those white petals look like silk.

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  2. What a pretty flower. I love those crinkled petals and your close up photos are great for capturing all the detail.

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  3. Such detail! Absolutely beautiful.

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    1. Karen, it makes me smile, and I want some scrambled eggs after looking at it!

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  4. Beautifully captured! Gorgeous flower.

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    1. Aerie-el, I think it's one of the most beautiful flowers!

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  5. I have such a hard time capturing the crumpled tissue paper detail of these beauties. Your photos are spectacular.

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  6. That's a beautiful Poppy! You have a way with interesting angles on blooms and foliage, Tatyana.

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  7. So pretty and I love the close ups. Like you crawled into the flower.

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    1. Gardener on Sherlock Street, thank you! I imagined crawling into it... it's fun!

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  8. Gorgeous! I love this plant!

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    1. Peter, it reminds me of the 'sunny side up', and I love eggs!

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  9. O you have such a wonderful Romney in your garden which won´t grow in my garden. Stunning pictures!

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    1. Janneke, it likes sun and sandy soil, and it spreads!

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  10. Beautiful captures as if I was there.

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  11. Oh no, now I want something else!!! Just beautiful!!!

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    1. Kathleen, wanting is a first step toward getting!

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  12. Great bloom and what lovely captures. I am a fan of most of your clicks. It's absolutely an amazing feeling, growing those flowers and clicking them right away with your camera, to admire the beauty, later on. Keep up the good work.

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  13. Such a beautiful poppy, Tatyana. I love the crepe paper white petals. I wish this tall beauty would grow in my NE garden. P. x

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    1. Pam, California has a lot of plants that I can't grow, but Romneya loves it here!

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  14. Beautiful photos! Most poppies don't do well here, though some can be treated as annuals. Your Romneya is gorgeous!

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