Rhoeas Shirley, ekofrö
Has single flowers of mixed colours, 70 cm tall. One portion of about 300 seeds.
Rhoeas Shirley does not have edible seeds.
Seeds from the species Papaver somniferum are edible and can be used in cooking and baking. Several other species have poisonous seeds and should not be eaten. Therefore, only use seeds if you’re certain that they come from Papaver somniferum.
|Latin name:||Papaver rhoeas|
|Botanic family:||The Poppy Family - Papaveraceae|
SowingSow shallowly directly in the ground in April-May. Thin out early.
SpacingKeep 10-15 cm between plants.
Seed5 000-9 000/g.
One portion of about 300 seeds.