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poppies, a minor obsession

Newt is taking time out of her busy day to helpfully point out where the poppies will be blooming this year. Last year’s runnel of poppies was in the crevice along the back porch, but this year they’ve jumped a … Continue reading

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Poppies Unbound

My first poppy of spring, P. setigerum, self-sown Dwarf Breadseed Poppy or Poppy of Troy. Nothing unfurls like a poppy. Sure, roses and peonies have more petals, so the process is more complicated and, therefore, some might say more thrilling. … Continue reading

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