Wednesday, July 5

Plot flowers






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  1. They are all pretty, but that last one of the poppy is a stunning art picture quality image.

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    1. It's just a pity about the pollen beetles, Deborah.

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    2. I didn't know that they were beetles! You could edit them out though.

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    3. Yes I could, Deborah and probably would if I was making a print but I reckoned at this size they weren't too obvious. In fact I didn't notice them in real life or the easier solution would have been to knock them off. I hope that they don't home in on the sweet peas

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  2. Beautiful! I like the poppies.

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  3. Yes, lovely! My poppy seems to have given up now though.

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    1. I have some oriental poppies that flowered earlier, Belinda. These were tiny plug plants a few months ago.

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  4. Beautiful! I had a few lupines in one of our borders but I think they died off - will have to seed some more as I do love them.

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    1. Mine came in a collection of tiny plug plants earlier this year, Margaret. I just wanted to fill the border on the allotment. I had no idea what I would get.

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  5. Oh...loved the close-up of that poppy.xxx

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    1. It's a colourful time of year, Malar.

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