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What a glorious and patriotic garden.
Definitely glorious, Pat!
Now that the Fling is over, and finally you have time to start blogging again yourself! I've enjoyed the last few posts. Happy Canada Day to you and Sarah.
And (belatedly) to you, Pat. It was wonderful to meet you in person. Wish we'd had more time to commune.
Thanks, Jean. I agree.
You can't go wrong with red poppies, they stir the soul. Add some blue salvia and you could honor your friends in the USA (or France or Russia, for that matter).
And don't forget the UK, Jason. Yes, red, white and blue seem to have that about them, don't they?
Such a gorgeous garden, I really love that beautiful patriotic color combination.
I suspect they were going for a colour-match with the door. We just happened to walk by at an opportune time, patriotically speaking.
We had a meadow here that was all red poppies and daisies, but after three years, only some daisies remain. I like the combination, it is so striking, but the daisies do get a bit pushy.
That would have been something to see. Meadows are harder to maintain that one would expect. It takes a lot of sowing and weeding to keep them looking "natural."
So beautiful! I love it! :o)
I love the papavers, congratualtions for your blog. Me I start to whirte my own blog. Sorry for my english