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May 29, 2011 9:18 PM CST
Name: Becky
Florida Zone 9b/10a
Charleen - Those are beautiful! I am soooo jealous! Mine show no indication of producing buds, so I think it may be a bust this year for blooms for me. The plants have spread somewhat, so they are still healthy and growing, but it may be too warm of winters here to set any blooms this far south. I'll grow them for another year and see what happens. Who knows, with this global warming, I might get a really cold winter in 2012! Whistling

I will say that I just had some more poppies blooming, which totally floored me. They usually only bloom in early Spring here when the temps are still cool. So ... anything is possible, I suppose!
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