This common but delightful reddish-pink to light bluish-purple member of the poppy family is a sign spring has arrived across most of the Pacific Northwest.
- © 2012
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- Contained in galleries
- Pink Wildflowers, Blue & Purple Wildflowers, Papaveraceae (Poppies)