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Stock photo ID:182803850
Upload date:September 30, 2013

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'Twin flowerhead of the Himalayan blue poppy Meconopsis Grandis LS20671; isolated on white. This is known as 'Betty Sherriff's dream poppy' as grown by Major and Mrs. Knox Findlay at Keillour Castle in Scotland. The image is one of a collection of flowers whose origins lie in the Himalaya. Their discovery tells a tale of great hardship and suffering, endured in the service of horticulture by names such as the French missionary Jean Marie Delavay, the Scotsman George Forrest and the American explorer and geographer Joseph Rock. It is a remarkable story and further study is very rewarding. This lightbox contains images of the iconic Himalayan genera Rhododendron, meconopsis and Primula.'
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