Saturday, November 26, 2011

Shirley Poppy (Sweet Pea Seeds Give-Away Winners)

Early ~Mid November is always the best blooming season for poppy in our garden.
I think I sowed some poppy seeds earlier than it ideally should be this year.
I did get earlier blooms in October but it wasn't pretty.
Because the flower bud can't proper fully blossom. 
Maybe I should try sowing in between May-June.
I hope these sweet pea seeds will make a home in these 3 gardeners lovely garden:
Hope I can get your address ladies (my email: diana.demiyah@gmail.com)
The colour of this poppy is really bloody red.
No editing colour here.
It is that red.
White poppy so delicate to touch.
A pink multi-layer poppy.
A blushing one?
Wearing a different kind of red frill skirt.
Have a nice weekend!

17 comments:

rainfield61 said...

You have put on a lovely header!

A nice weekend to you.

cathy@home said...

Wow it is the first time I won anything can't wait to smell those sweetpeas.
Thankyou

Mark Willis said...

That is one of your best collections of photos ever! Those flowers are really stunning.

Meeka said...

Yay! Thankyou so much, that's very exciting to win some seeds, I adore sweet peas and can't wait to grow some of my own!
Your poppies are stunning, I hope next year my flowers will be half as pretty as yours, thankyou :)

Liz said...

That is a beautiful picture of the white poppy - just lovely.

Sunray Gardens said...

Those are lovely Poppies. How nice for the winners.
Cher Sunray Gardens

catmint said...

such varied and delicate poppies - the first one looks like a rose. did you have any luck with the opium poppy seeds?

makcikmanggis said...

salam maal hijrah buat Diana sekeluarga..wah cantik header baru:)..tak terfikir dapat tanam bunga poppy kat malaysia...cantik!

Sue@G.L. Allotments said...

Beautiful colours of poppies - do you get lots self seeding?

heather at wordplayhouse® said...

Lucky winners. Just thinking of seeds makes me smile...we are moving into our snowy season here. We'll have to wait patiently for our spring planting time to come around again up here. -heather

Jody said...

That's such a delightful header! Who doesn't love to see ladybugs in their garden? I don't know much about flowers, but by the looks of those pictures, I bet your seed winners will be very happy with their spoils.

DANI said...

I feel so lucky ! Thank you ! I love the sweet peas !!!
Your poppies are stunning, all of them. But the white is the best.
Have a nice week !

Jennifer@threedogsinagarden said...

These are so delicate and beautiful. I love your photographs! I must grown some poppies next summer.

africanaussie said...

gosh those petals look so fine - very pretty!

Wendy said...

such pretty poppies - look just like crepe paper.

Malay-Kadazan girl said...

Rainfield61~ Hope you have a nice week.

Cathy~I hope those seeds will flourish at your place.

Mark~Ah those poppies are simply photogenic. I don't have to do much just snap. But the red colours one are so difficult to snap as it was so bright.

Meeka~Good luck with poppies next year!

Liz~The white once look very delicate.

Cher~I hope to try other variety of poppy next time.

Catmint~ Your opium poppy seeds bloom beautifuly for us. I am saving opium poppy photos for a different post.

Makcikmanggis~Rasanya salah di sisi undang-undang tanam poppy kat Malaysia. Tapi bunganya sangat menawan hati.

Sue~We probably step on self-sowed poppy seedlings or accidently weed it out. But we do hope some will self-sowed this year.

Heather~Time fly so fast that you will find spring is approaching soon.

Jody~I am wishing so much we have plenty of ladybirds this summer.

Dani~Thank you for mailing me your address. I will try to post those seeds to you soon and let you know.

Jennifer~There so many variety of poppy to select. Hope you find some seeds that you like.

Africanaussie~Those petal are so soft to touch.

Wendy~Hahaha yup like crepe paper.

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