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Re: id questions


Judging from the foliage, your poppy is the annual, self seeding Papaver somniferum, otherwise known as the opium poppy, or nowadays by its more PC name, the bread seed poppy.
Cathy
On Friday, June 27, 2003, at 11:08 PM, Donna wrote:
And as some know, I am nut case about seeing what shows up in new
soil... all along my mother kept telling me it was a poppy. I kept
looking at the leaves and saying I don't think so... but mother was
right! Strange tho that they are two different flowers. One is a double?
And the other a single of the same variety? Anyone got a real name for
this also? They are striking, I will give them that. I don't do poppies,
so assuming they are developing into seed pods? Do I dry them and in the
fall spread where I would prefer them to grow?


http://illianagardenpond.org/poppydouble.jpg (In a difficult spot to
photograph)

http://illianagardenpond.org/poppysingle.jpg

And the last question of the night is .... dogwood tree. One appeared
here today. I killed the last one. What do they need to survive in Zone
5?


Donna
Where it is currently raining... after I spent all evening watering..
don't trust the weather man anymore!

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