Tatyana's blue poppiescomments (18) June 7th, 2013 in blogs
Remember when we enjoyed seeing Tatyana's beautiful gazebo in her garden on the Kitsap Peninsula in Washington in January? (Refresh your memory HERE.) Today Tatyana's back with another great element of her garden--her blue poppies. She says, "I'd like to show you several pictures of my blue poppy (Meconopsis sheldonii) blooming in May. I didn't grow these plants from seed. Nevertheless, seeing them in bloom makes me happy." That is one gorgeous plant, Tatyana. I don't think we can grow meconopsis very well here in the Northeast. Does anyone have any experience with the here or in other parts of the country? **Tatyana posted about Blue Poppy in her garden blog, MySecretGarden, HERE.**
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