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    • Jayne Hanson

      ✤ Simply Beautiful flower blue Himalayan Blue Poppies...

    • Mandy Pratt

      Himalayan Blue Poppies - can't grow in Missouri though. The only regions of the United States where this flower has a chance in the garden is in parts of New England, the Pacific Northwest and Alaska. It is a plant of the cold but sunny Himalayas, growing above 10,000 feet. Beyond its need for a certain rarified terrain and climate, it has a stubborn streak that makes it not just hard to grow in the mid-Atlantic, but impossible.

    • Edith Prince

      Himalayan Blue Poppies. I have never actually seen any of these, and I don't normally do blue flowers, but I think these are beautiful. At the Rhododenron Species Foundation in Federal Way, just south of Seattle, they have a field of these. I hope to go see them next spring.

    • guy

      FLORES Blue Poppies ?

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