Monday, August 2, 2010

Perfect Poppies


The poppies in my garden are enjoying this very warm weather that we are experiencing...and it is supposed to be winter!!

 Unlike Europe, where poppies grow wild on the roadsides and in the fields, we have to plant them here in Brisbane. Needless to say, that I am enjoying them in my garden and this is the first time I have planted them.






The jonquils have multiplied this year and they fill the garden with their gorgeous scent. I feel so lucky.

10 comments:

Paper Tree Design said...

Your poppies are gorgeous! Wish I had a green thumb like you. Hope you have a happy Monday. Michelle

brismod said...

Pam, your new camera is certainly getting a workout! They are divine photos. I only have a point and shoot basic camera...but you have me thinking a new camera is on the wishlist! xx

The Patchwork Heart said...

Enjoy your poppies and make sure you collect the seed heads to sow again! I love to collect the heads when out walking and take them back to my garden.
Are you going to take part in my giveaway?
Heather x

The Pink Poodle said...

They look absolutely beautiful..

lucky you have the weather to grow lovely flowers...

with our drought over the last several years..my garden has gone to the shishenshowsen!!??

xx andrea

Restyled Vintage said...

Hi Pam, wow those flowers are stunning! That last picture is so stunning I feel like I can almost smell the jonquils from NZ :)

thanks so much for your kind comment on my blog about the kitchen stool, I am thrilled with how it turned out!

xx Karen

Gail McCormack said...

Hi Pam

I didn't know you had a blog, found it via Thea...

Love your Poppies, they're on my list of fav flowers...lucky you for warm weather.

Gail xxx

La Dolce Vita said...

LOL! i thought you lived in Australia, and I had to go back and check...poppies in winter! wow what a country!!!!

Suz said...

Lovely! I love the bee in action too. Spring's not far away.

Cornflake said...

Wow that first picture is A star!!!

I love poppies, so luck you have them growing in your garden.

maría cecilia said...

Hola, I have fell in love with your sooo lovely blog... and your images are wonderful, specially the last ones with your new camera. I´m in the same process that you are and stil don´t know how to use my new camera.
So happy to have found you, will be back over and over.
greetings from Chile,
maria cecilia