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LOL........somewhat fit and pretty healthy! ;)
Of course you can do this because you are still fit and healthy ;-))
Thanks Jaklien, it does require weed control but I can handle that!
Everything seems more than neat. And absolutely no more work to do, well done ☺
This looks so-o-o nice! Dusty : )
Definitely book them for next year, great job!
Glad to hear that, Carol. I'm sorry yours were beaten up just before Rememberance Day....better luck next year!!!My Poppies did really well this year but are also finished for the season (I had 32 flowers) which is more than the years before!Volunteer flowers are the best....I was happily surprised again this year....with Triteleia laxa, anemones, geraniums, snapdragons...and Alyssum which is almost overgrowing the rockery where there used to be just a few of them for years!!!
Hi Impie! Oh yes, the poppies are still there (other side) but finished for the season. They took quite a beating from the weather during Spring so not as pretty as normal. Happily, I have various "volunteer" flowers that also pop up each spring!
It looks great, Carol....I do hope you kept your Oriental Poppies or are they on the other side of your home? ♥