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Meconopsis cambrica:

 

Poppies can be annuals, biennials or herbaceous perennials with simple or pinnately divided leaves and short-lived, saucer-shaped, 4-petalled flowers which may be solitary or in racemes.

M. cambrica is a tap-rooted perennial with light green, pinnately lobed leaves and bowl-shaped lemon-yellow or soft orange flowers 5cm across, from late spring to early autumn (most in early summer)

Grows anywhere but best in areas with cool, damp summers. Suitable for wildflower garden.Not the easiest of plants to initially establish but once growing will self seed freely.

  Ultimate height0.1-0.5 metres

  Ultimate spread0.5 metres

  Time to ultimate height2-5 years

How to care

Pruning-No pruning required

 

Young plant grown in a 9cm pot for planting immediately or to grow on (plastic pot removed when possible, so they can be reused)
 
 

Meconopsis cambrica/Papaver cambricum Welsh Poppy or bare root

SKU: BP202400577
£4.99Price
  • Papaver
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