An update by mave

An update

On 21st June I posted a picture of this part of my walk across the Common. Then this area was awash with single red poppies. Now there are poppies and still red, but appear to be doubles - and they are separated by clumps of purple mallow. We have had no rain so the grass has not taken over again. In fact it has hardly grown at all.
They obviously enjoy the sunshine. Like the pathway leading onwards.
July 10th, 2018  
Very pretty. Mave, it looks a real herbaceous border!
July 10th, 2018  
Bep
Nicely taken.
July 10th, 2018  
@boatman137 @happypat @gijsje Thank you. These are true wild flowers. But the Council have sown wild flowers in areas of the parks. Beautiful.
July 10th, 2018  
Very pretty, and good job by your council :)
July 10th, 2018  
They are beautiful, Mave.
July 10th, 2018  
Very meadow like!
July 10th, 2018  
@carole_sandford I think they succeeded in that.
July 10th, 2018  
@hermann @mittens Thanks for your comments.
July 10th, 2018  
Great shot, composition
July 11th, 2018  
Beautiful
July 11th, 2018  
@seattlite @bkbinthecity Thanks for your comments
July 11th, 2018  
They make the path very pretty
July 11th, 2018  
Lovely wildflowers :)
July 11th, 2018  
It's so lovely to see wild flowers like this.
July 11th, 2018  
@suzanne234 @merrelyn @susiemc They brighten my day. Thanks for commenting
July 11th, 2018  
A lovely border to encounter and capture. The double ones are probable a different variety of poppy that has been scattered.
July 12th, 2018  
lovely wildflowers (or planted flowers)
July 12th, 2018  
@wendyfrost @taffy Thanks for your kind comments
July 13th, 2018  
I love wild poppies
July 13th, 2018  
@huvesaker so do I Boo. So attractive
July 13th, 2018  
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