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Beautiful, my meconopsis opened today too, gorgeous flowers.
It’s a shame it chose today to open… I’ve been watching it and hoped it would wait until the rain stops… There are other buds though, so I’ll be able to get other photos 🙂
the sweetest rain is summer rain but oh how I would like summer to put in an appearance !
You have captured such sweatness and beuaty, such soft color. I love the affect the raindrops create.
Your meconopsis looks amazing, It’s a beautiful blue. Shame it choose a rainy day to open but this confirm how fussy these poppies are 🙂
Is that chives you planted it with?
The blooms last a few days on Meconopsis thankfully, so I’ll have the chance to get sunn photos tomorrow or Saturday… Not to worry 🙂
Yes there are some Chives near it, Alliums too…
can’t find anything sweet about rain anymore 😦
Of course you have the blue poppy. Niiiice. And it does look beautiful in the rain, even if gardeners look better when it’s dry 🙂 I replied to your comment on my blog but you probably won’t see it, so here again – I had a gorgeous lace leaf maple for a few years and then a cold winter zapped it. Completely healthy one fall, completely dead the next spring. So now I’m gun shy about buying any more. I need to look for one that’s hardy to zone 4 – one zone colder than us – and try it.
This is the first year it’s finally bloomed.. I think I’ve been waiting either two or three years.
We’re in for nice weather over the weekend, so no doubt more photos to come!
I love how the rain drops seem to bleed the colors.
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