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Opium Flowers in Blossom
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Mohnblumen in voller Blüte<br />Diese Mohnsorte ist deutlich grösser und kräftiger als der in Deutschland wachsende Klatschmohn. Davon kann man neben dem Feld einige rote Exemplare sehen. Dabei ist die hiesige Sorte von einem sehr viel intensiveren Rot.

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Uploaded: 18/07/2012
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Tags: flowers; blossom; opium; drug; nature; poppy; poppies; purple; pink
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