Poppy, perennial

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the Poppy family is originally from Europe and Asia. There are over 100 sorts and they are well-known easy to grow plants with a short but beautiful blooming and a seedpod for drying, easily self-sows. It thrives in good, permeable soil.

SOWING: The perennials should be sown very shallowly in a cold bed in April-June or directly in the ground in July-September and it is a good idea to protect the sowing with cover materials for a more reliable wintering in the North.

SEEDS: 5000-9000/g.
Oriental Poppy, Scarlet
Comes from the Caucasus and Northern Iran originally and is a very vigorous easy to grow perennial. It thrives in good, well-drained soil and has large, single, scarlet-red flowers, 80 cm tall, 40 cm ...

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Beauty of Livermere, organic
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Alpine Poppy
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It comes from the Alps and the Carpathians, is 15-20 cm tall and suitable for rock-gardens, among other places, with grey-green compact leafage. It has sweet flowers of mixed, clear colours in June-Ju...

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Iceland Poppy, organic
Is originally from Northern Europe, Asia and America, biannual-perennial with yellow, orange and red flowers, 20 cm between the plants, 40 cm tall. One portion of about 300 seeds yields several hundre...

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