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Thank you, Tea, you always care for others, you are so kind! Margo's sister just lost her husband from cancer and the husband of another of her sisters (I don't know if she has more than two sisters) is seriously ill from cancer also. Margo is a very courageous, sensitive and loving person. Thank you very much for your kind comment!
Probably because of our climate, poppies are not wild in Canada, we don't see them in fields like in USA and Europe, unfortunately. We must seed them; they are perennials and if we are lucky, we have then for a few years in our flower beds.
Poppies are not forbidden at all, either we seed them, either we buy plants. Because of our climate (and the insects of course) they are fragile but they are perennials. These yellow poppies I loved so much have been destroyed to the roots last summer by a baby groundhog.
I remember you told about it before. I hope this summer noone destroys them. And here to grow poppies is forbidden by the law as it contains opium. Every summer policemen inspect gardens and if they find poppies the owner is fined.