MECONOPSIS SEEDS

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  1. MECONOPSIS HORRIDULA

    An unusual bristly poppy with gorgeous, floppy, blue, tissue-paper flowers. The epithet "horrid" obviously applies to the spiny looking stems and certainly not to the striking cobalt-blue, ivory-eyed flowers. It often self-seeds in gritty soil and is possibly the only Asiatic meconopsis which is resistant to drought, sometimes dying down to a resting tuber if conditions are too hot for it in its first year! ... Learn More

    $3.63

  2. MECONOPSIS 'LINGHOLM' (EX GRANDIS)

    This quite reliable perennial is far superior to Meconopsis betonicifolia. With enormous deep cobalt blue flowers, up to four inches across, it is certainly the best blue poppy ever available. It multiplies up each year into a massive golden-haired clump which can be divided to increase the size of the bed, and in a shady spot with organic-enriched soil a bed of these plants makes an unbelievable sight. We challenge you to grow these gorgeous plants, and we will gladly buy seed back from you or exchange it for seeds from our catalogue. ... Learn More

    $4.12

  3. MECONOPSIS NAPAULENSIS

    Deeply lobed leaves felted with silvery hairs form what is one of the most sumptuous winter rosette of any of the meconopsis. In early spring the thick, strong, main stem of this absolutely magnificent specimen arises, with branching spurs carrying golden-eyed, cherry red flowers in midsummer. ... Learn More

    $3.63

  4. MECONOPSIS NAPAULENSIS 'PINKY'

    This seldom seen beautiful bright pink variant opens its golden-eyed flowers on branching spurs which sprout from a thick, strong main stem in late spring right into summer. Deeply-lobed leaves felted with silvery hairs form what is one of the most sumptuous evergreen winter rosette of any of the meconopsis. ... Learn More

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  5. MECONOPSIS PANICULATA

    Perhaps the most magnificent of all winter rosettes is this enormous beast which is composed of massive, felted, golden bear's-ear-like leaves. In early spring arises the thick stem holding a succession of refined golden silky flowers which open in succession over a prolonged period in late spring and early summer. ... Learn More

    $3.63

  6. MECONOPSIS PANICULATA (WILD FORM)

    Perhaps the most magnificent of all winter rosettes, this impressive beast is composed of massive, felted, bronzed, bear's-ear-like leaves. In early spring arises the thick stem holding a succession of refined golden silky flowers which open in succession over a prolonged period in late spring and early summer. ... Learn More

    $3.94

  7. MECONOPSIS PRATTII

    This very rare and lovely, high-altitude, white-eyed, dwarf blue poppy comes from high in the mountains of the Himalayas and Tibet where it inhabits grassy scree slopes. The leaves and stems are covered with thousands of attractive, sharp golden hairs, which presumably make it less palatable to grazing animals. ... Learn More

    $3.63

  8. MECONOPSIS RACEMOSA

    This is quite an amazing blue poppy. We have grown these, experimentally, on a dry, south-facing bank whereupon, before flowering in midsummer, they seemed to die. What a surprise we had the following spring when the sleeping tubers magically re-appeared and flowered away with prickly stemmed, jagged-petalled, deepest blue flowers. Not at all what you expect from a meconopsis! ... Learn More

    $3.63

  9. MECONOPSIS REGIA

    From dense rosettes of silver and golden pelted leaves arise great monocarpic spikes of sulphur yellow silky flowers. One of the most fabulous and impressive plants in moist rich soil. One of the world's top meconopsis experts has explained that the true, genuine, botanically pure Meconopsis regia may no longer be in cultivation, but when it was, it bore a very close resemblance to the plants these seeds were collected from. ... Learn More

    $3.63

  10. MECONOPSIS RUDIS

    A rare and unusual blue poppy with bristly, spiny stems and leaves, and frilly cobalt-blue flowers with attractive central bosses of white anthers. Flowers are produced over an extended period until late in the year. This is one of the few Asiatic meconopsis with the ability to "hibernate" if a dry summer prevents it from flowering successfully, when it quickly dies down to a resting tuber which will sprout again the following spring! ... Learn More

    $4.30

  11. MECONOPSIS SARSONII

    This attractive hybrid actually comes pleasingly true from seeds when it will produce a large rosette of hairy leaves from which arises a many-headed spire of creamy-yellow flowers. It is sensible to grow several specimens of this beauty as some plants seem to be more perennial than others! ... Learn More

    $3.51

  12. MECONOPSIS SUPERBA

    This fabulous plant, which bears a slight resemblance to Meconopsis regia, has gorgeous rosettes of grey-green leaves and strong, hairy stems bearing sprays of large, sumptuous, golden-eyed, pure white flowers. Found at altitude in Tibet and Bhutan, this appropriately named plant,which has proved relatively easy to grow here in Devon from wild collected seed, has made enormous plants that produce gasps of surprise from garden visitors. ... Learn More

    $3.63

  13. MECONOPSIS SUPERBA 'PINK EYE'

    This lovely hybrid of the rare and normally white Meconopsis superba opens trusses of distinctive, pink-centred white flowers at intervals along its strong hairy stem. Flower shades from the resultant seedlings may vary but all will be attractive. This gorgeous hardy plant is worth growing just for the impressive overwintering evergreen rosette of silvery-grey hairy leaves. ... Learn More

    $3.51

  14. MECONOPSIS VILLOSA

    A choice and extremely desirable perennial poppy with golden-haired rosettes of leaves with many stems carrying wide, nodding, open globes of bright yellow in the leaf axils. Very rarely offered, famous gardener Graham Stuart Thomas sums it up thus, "superbly beautiful". ... Learn More

    $3.87

  15. MECONOPSIS WALLICHII

    An enormous giant of a poppy if grown in rich, peaty moist soil and hopefully a bit of shade. Certainly one to ring all your friends about. A stout, bristly-leaved stem, almost a trunk, holds repeatedly branching arms each holding a delicate, pale blue tissue-paper flower. Quite a stunning picture you must agree. ... Learn More

    $3.51

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