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What is this plant?

comments (5) October 31st, 2013 in gallery
Rulda Rulda, member
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This plant grew in the backyard of our house in Australia



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Comments (5)

ddipasq writes: definitely poppy--annual type that reseeds
Posted: 8:13 pm on March 25th
GrannyMay writes: Smelling the roses is better for your health! Keep smiling! Posted: 9:46 am on November 1st
tntreeman writes: May, i wish i had grown P. somniferum here this year, it's been quite an unsettling week! poppies might help :) Posted: 5:41 pm on October 31st
GrannyMay writes: Hi, I agree with Jeff. The pods and the plant look like Papaver somniferum, an annual poppy that selfseeds in milder areas. Posted: 11:01 am on October 31st
tntreeman writes: poppy Posted: 4:20 am on October 31st
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