FOTD: 12.05.19 ~ Truly Deer Resistant ~ Poppy

Since our property is so “raw” right now, I had thrown down some wildflower seeds in the spring and a whole bunch of poppies sprouted up in an array of beautiful colors. The Deerski Family thought they were pretty, as well, and didn’t eat them so I’m adding this flower to my Truly Deer Resistant Plant Page.

This post is part of the Flower of the Day photo challenge.

All photos and videos on this site were shot/created by Candice~Marie. Please do not use without permission.

6 Comments Add yours

  1. The Hinoeuma says:

    That is a pretty poppy.

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    1. Candice~Marie says:

      Yes, I didn’t realize they came in so many colors. I thought they were all red.

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  2. Shelley says:

    I love that deer photo! You must have friendly deer or you’ve got a great trail cam?! PS – lovely poppies too. I should try planting them in the spring. PS – yay, so glad your comments are working now!!

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    1. Candice~Marie says:

      Thank you! No trail cam, although I would like to put some up to keep an eye on my cats. There is a couple down the road that feeds the deer so they are not too scared of people. The nice thing about the wildflower mix that had these poppies in it was that they just get popping up regularly. I reallly enjoyed them. I am so glad my comments work now, too!

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      1. Shelley says:

        Ah, that explains things about the deer. We enjoy what we catch on our trail cam. I planted a wildflower mix too and maybe the yellow flowers that came up were poppies?! I’ll have to pay attention in the spring. Yes, glad your comments work too!

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