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Macleaya Micropcarpa


By Simbad

Macleaya Micropcarpa (Macleaya microcarpa (Plume poppy))

Not a very good picture, so tall couldn't fit it all on must have been over 8ft this year

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Thats a really pretty garden is your soil rich like parts of norfolk?

12 Nov, 2009


It has done you proud. Nice planting scheme

13 Nov, 2009


Thankyou Drc built are own house 8 years ago on old allotment land, quite heavy clay, but is good soil suppose because its been improved over the years when used as allotments, lucky me :-)
Thanks Pipsqueak ;-)

13 Nov, 2009


I think you can always tell when the soil is good by the results.

13 Nov, 2009


Wow, this is one of the big perennials you mentioned, isnt it. Gorgeous.

13 Nov, 2009


Thanks Dawn, is a bit rampant in some parts of the garden, but for some reason quite well behaved here, love it.

13 Nov, 2009

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