Occasional Daily Photo 4/21/12

Some mornings the poppies do an especially fine job of arranging their blooms throughout the gravel garden.

Orange notes from Papaver rupifragum and dyckia

(I know I keep referring to this bit of garden as the “gravel garden,” which it mostly was at one time, though now the ratio of plants to gravel has increased in favor of plants. Still, it’s an easy point of reference.)

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6 Responses to Occasional Daily Photo 4/21/12

  1. Scott says:

    Just beautiful, I love it how, on occasion, it seems everything falls perfectly into place. Even if it’s fleeting, it’s spectacular šŸ™‚

  2. The Furcraea looks lovely too!

  3. hoov says:

    “The Furcraea looks lovely too!”

    Hey! That’s what I was going to say! Because it does. šŸ™‚

  4. Denise says:

    Scott, for me poppies always seem to be involved when everything falls perfectly into place! šŸ˜‰
    Loree & Hoov, that poor furcraea was hit hard by that freak hailstorm and just now recovering with new leaves.

  5. Totally beautiful. I like how the Furcraea looks in that picture.

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