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    • Holly Elaine

      Burgundy Frills poppies- color inspiration

    • Lynn Golovich

      Poppy Drama Queen Plant seeds for 2015 garden

    • Carde App

      Purple and red flowers #plant #awersome #flower #nature #tree #garden #wonderful #sexy flowers #carde #magic #color #dream

    • Kat

      Poppy 'Burgundy Frills' absolutely beautiful flower!!

    • Rebecca H

      Poppy 'Burgundy Frills'... an annual that can be planted each year in Zone 3

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