simple life of a grand mother
Another backyard and a good one too. It is always lovely to see the poppies come out. The sky has some very dark clouds; perhaps you are in for some rain later. The poppies will like it.
I hope we shall have some rain, beautiful day today.
It could be France!
It was so beautiful around, my Iphon camera could not get all the beauty , i wish it was France, or England...
What a beautiful sight! Do they last very long?Thank you for sharing.
They last a month and than it is all yellow around, i think yesterday we had the last rain until next winter.
A delightful scene; I love seeing poppies in the fields.
Me too.It is only in that field here, i don't know why.
Almost your garden is a delight:) They bloom like the wild flowers do here in Australia [if there has been enough rain].
I thought about it and it is more than 500m, may be 800m, but very close.They are wild here too only at that time of the year.
Absolutely gorgeous! Beautiful, beautiful fields of poppies. What a magnificent sight for your eyes
i can see it every day when i come back home and it makes me happy every time.(i wish i shall have also a blue sea to see every day:)
Those poppies are beautiful. In my youth I lived in Spain and they grew everywhere in the fields until the dry season.
The same here, they will dry soon.
Yes it is,thank you Colette.
How beautiful! I never imagined fields of poppies in Israel!
A lot of them here.
Those poppies look lovely. Our state poppy, illegal to pick, grows a bit like a weed & can be seen growing along the sides of roadways, in between rocks & bits of pavement. The petals fit loosely around the flower head and are sort of flat & triagular-shaped. I really dig the Israeli variety.
I don't remember so many of them as a child, they became more and more from some reason.
I really like Poppy season, some of our fields become totally red. I believe Poppy seeds can lie dormant for years then suddenly appear again. Wonderful.
I think that you are right.
How lovely to have that on your doorstep. Do you know what the orange flowers are that are amongst the poppies?Have you ever been to England?
Googles tells me that the yellow ones are chrysanthmume, I have been to England 40 years ago, time to go again.(i have a family member who is a Lord in England, never met him. but other people in my family did,).
Some thing so beautiful couldn't fail to cheer me up Yael. Not a good day, I probably have cancer. But, oh those poppies a field of them..............glorious. Thank you for the wonderful photographs.Margaret
Thank you Margaret, i wish you good health and good days to come, so sorry to read that.
It is definitely time to come to England. You could come and stay with us....we are in Harpenden , which is about 25 minutes north of London on the train! Lord who? I am intrigued !
Thank you Frances for your kind offer,If i shall come to England i'll let you know. i shall keep the lord's name secertly for now,Tom S. said once that the Israelies are paranoid and they have a good reason for that. He is so right:)
I am afraid of the trolls who are still here Frances ,it has nothing to do you with you, you are so kind and freindly, i hope you understand.
I will email you dear yael. X
Yael, you are getting a lot of readers! I told you that your blog was a good one and people were interested. Now I am jealous! Keep up the good work.
Thank you Harry,i am still embarased because i can not understand what is so interesting here,but most of the people who are commenting here are wonderful people that i like and love their blogs .
What a beautiful scenery Yael! I love poppies; nature always gifts me with them on my birthday!Greetings Maria x
You are back,so happy to see you here after a long time:) I s it your birthday now?
Thank you Yael. No, poppies here, in northern Italy, are in bloom only towards the end of May. X
You don't do Easter Yael, but I still want to wish you a happy, peaceful day to you and your family.Greetings Maria xx
Thank you Maria, happy Eeaster to you and your family. We have the last evening of the 8 days of Passover here .
Thank you Yael. xxx
Wow. I'm gobsmacked. They are fantastic. In Austria they eat the poppy seeds of the purple ones in Mohnstrudel, a cake which looks rather like a Swiss Roll.
Thank you. They do it in Germany too,my grandmother used to make tham.
Thank you too.