Catching The Sun

Autmum fell to winter, and winter flew and we are already enjoying a wonderful spring here on this side of the pond. Finally I made it back after a fairly long hiatus, and I will look forward to catching up with you all! This is one of my favourites which seemingly appeared out of nowhere... Continue Reading →

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Welsh Poppy

Meconopsis cambrica A bright lemon-yellow poppy with four tissue-thin petals. The leaves are a light yellow-green and pinnately divided into five toothed lobes. It has long, ribbed seed capsules that split when ripe, releasing many tiny seeds. It flowers June to August. and is found in damp, semi-shaded positions, such as rocky places, old walls,... Continue Reading →

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