in Science & Nature Love It Macro Monday – Iceland Poppies by Pamela Moresby August 19, 2019, 8:23 am 11 Votes 22 Comments Share Tweet Pin Iceland Poppies at Hamilton Gardens in the Indian Char garden Flowers are great and I don’t have a proper macro camera… Read LaterAdd to FavouritesAdd to CollectionReport What do you think? 11 Points Upvote Downvote Browse and manage your votes from your Member Profile Page Share Tweet PinHamilton GardensIceland PoppiesMacro MondayMacro Monday challenge Written by Pamela Moresby 22 Comments Leave a Reply Wizard of Oz leads me to believe that poppies and snow don’t mix 1 Log in to Reply Thanks Alex, we don’t get snow in New Zealand 1 Log in to Reply right, but the name is Iclandic Poppy 1 Log in to Reply Yes, makes me wonder too…thanks Alex.. 1 Log in to Reply sorry, I watched wizard of oz too much as a kid 1 Yes, I also watched Wizard of OZ…great film. Wonderful macro. I haven’t seen this poppy before. 1 Log in to Reply Thanks Vidocka, glad you like it… Log in to Reply The poppy also grows in us, only it is redder in color, dear Pamela … this one is more delicate in color … beautiful 1 Log in to Reply Thanks that’s good too know that grows in US as well. We have many different colours of poppies.. Log in to Reply Thanks so much Lado……. Log in to Reply With great pleasure, dear Pamela 1 Log in to Reply OH those are pretty! They look so delicate. Love the bee too, Bonus! 1 Log in to Reply Thanks so much Kim, glad you like it….. 1 Log in to Reply A sweet pic, nice colors! I have never seen these flowers before 1 Log in to Reply Thanks so much Abhishek… Log in to Reply such a beautiful, delicate flower! 1 Log in to Reply Thanks so much Doc, glad you like it 1 Log in to Reply Wonder if they are grown for future use 1 Log in to Reply Well, a lot of them after a while are probably thrown out but some people who see people in the parks ask for the flowers and get them 1 Log in to Reply Is that poppy just a name or is it related to the opium plant? 1 Log in to Reply Well, we used to grow opium poppies and they were red but only because they were lovely flowers, but I don’t know if they are allowed or not. These were poppies from Iceland. Maybe related I am not sure Log in to Reply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.