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FOTD – November 20, 2018 – Peony

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It’s approaching the time of year where I do either red or white flowers.  Hope you enjoy.

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Cee

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  1. What a beauty! – Are they dahlia buds beneath it?

    Your’s are quite a different species to the ones i have here.

    Did you know poppies may just have provided the cure or relief from cancer? A Gene found in poppies can help produce a yeast that turns ordinary sugar into Opiate. “Opiates remain the most widely prescribed form of prescription medication in the United States. Being able to create the drug in a laboratory means that scientists could potentially fine-tune pain medications to be both safer and more effective. The team is currently working on breeding poppies to produce anticancer agents and pain medications specifically designed for patients.” from Medical Daily, http://www.medicaldaily.com/ June 25 2015.

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