Pink Poppy

by Stephanie Suesan Smith, Ph.D. on May 3, 2011

The bud in my last post will open and become one of these.  I had never seen poppies like this before I went to Clark Gardens.  I am used to the California poppy type that looks more like a wine goblet.  These pink poppies were everywhere, so Mr. Clark must like them.

pink poppy

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Kristi Hines May 3, 2011 at 1:18 pm

What’s not to like about this beautiful blossom! 🙂
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Stephanie from Rug Cleaning Culver City May 4, 2011 at 2:32 pm

I don’t have much of a green thumb, but the photos your provide in your blog make me want to plant! The color of this poppy is so vibrant and it’s a beautiful picture. Seems like a lot of your photos are from Clark Gardens. What city is that in?


Stephanie Suesan Smith May 5, 2011 at 6:48 am

Clark Gardens is in Parker County near Mineral Wells. The most recent photos have been from there because I visited it with my Mother recently. However, I have photos from the Heritage Garden of Hunt County, my farm, and many other places up as well. Look through some of the older posts to see those.


Stephanie from Rug Cleaning Culver City May 5, 2011 at 2:16 pm

Awesome. Thanks for the fast reply! I saw the waterfall photo in TX and the sunrise photo. Both are so beautiful and it’s amazing how nature does that to us. What’s your zodiac sign? They say Sagittarius’ are nature people. So true for me!


Daisy May 15, 2011 at 4:55 pm

Poppies are lovely! I haven’t had any luck growing them, though. I guess I’d better stick to vegetables.
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