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Which species of Poppy is this?

Posted by mike_jw London. UK (My Page) on
Thu, May 29, 14 at 9:32

This poppy is perennial, and also produces seeds which are true to the parent plant. Foliage height is about 40cms. The flowers are 5cms wide on top of the long slender 40-50cms stems.

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RE: Which species of Poppy is this?

Meconopsis cambrica

RE: Which species of Poppy is this?

Reliable self sower. Very useful in shade.

RE: Which species of Poppy is this?

That's definitely the one. Thanks to both of you.

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