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Meconopsis betonicifolia (Himalayan Blue Poppy), Gardening Scotland 2008

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By David


Meconopsis betonicifolia (Himalayan Blue Poppy), Gardening Scotland 2008 (Meconopsis betonicifolia (Himalayan blue poppy))

This beautiful flower is the emblem of Gardening Scotland (not the thistle, as you might think).



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SUPER PIC :O

3 Jun, 2008

 

They are absolutely wonderful...love that BLUE!! So how many pics did you take, all in all, David?

3 Jun, 2008

 

Hi Lori - am still looking 4 that recipe, lol! Well, am about to write a little blog about this fantastic show. I took exactly 283 pics, but am narrowing this down all the time to just a sample of the good 'uns! Just enough to remind me of it. Was glad to get back to work yesterday for a rest, haha!

3 Jun, 2008

 

Aren't they awesome, Jacque?

3 Jun, 2008

 

Hi, again, Lori. I took a pic for you, of baby gunnera amongst blue irises, by a stream, but it didn't turn out at all good.

3 Jun, 2008

 

Oh YES! Perfect!

5 Aug, 2009



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