Founded in 1621, the University of Oxford Botanic Garden is the oldest botanic gardens in Great Britain and one of the oldest scientific gardens in the world. It has one of the most diverse yet compact collections of plants in the world and contains over 8,000 different species, including… poppies! Continue reading “A Day at Oxford Botanic Garden”
Provence in Spring and once again we find ourselves here in pursuit of poppies.
When in Nice, the Marché Aux Fleurs at the Cours Saleya is a must see. A daily market that is one of the most spectacular in the South of France. Continue reading “Flower Power in Provence”
At last, we return to Provence and just in time to observe the Poppy phenomenon… Continue reading “Provence Poppy Bliss”
March and April showers have made for a remarkably wet and rainy spring for us here in Tuscany. After last year’s drought and extraordinary heat, this May is completely different; the Tuscan countryside has exploded in a lush green-ness that we haven’t seen in years. Continue reading “Tuscan Poppies: The Chelsea Collection at Graham Fine Art”
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