PAPAVER SEEDS

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  1. PAPAVER ALPINUM

    This charming miniature alpine poppy bears flowers in hues of peach, yellow and white, sometimes all on the same plant. Although they are technically short lived perennials, they self-seed well on a rockery or scree, but never ever seem to become a nuisance. ... Learn More

    $3.45

  2. PAPAVER APOKRINOMENON

    A beautiful Japanese poppy making clumps of wavy-edged hairy leaves beneath thin stems which hold delicate, orange, tissue-paper-flowers. Blooms all summer long if regularly dead-headed. ... Learn More

    $2.48

  3. PAPAVER ATLANTICUM

    Soft apricot-orange, single or occasionally semi-double blooms appear continuously on long upright stems above a pretty, flat rosette of blue-green, hairy leaves. It is almost never out of bloom and is incredibly tough, and almost indestructible, growing almost anywhere and will even self-sow in the cracks of a dry rock wall! You can forget to water it for weeks and it will still bloom! This incredible perennial poppy comes from the hot, dry areas of Spain and Morocco. ... Learn More

    $3.45

  4. PAPAVER 'CHOIRBOY'

    A pure white oriental poppy, each petal having a mesmerising black central blob. ... Learn More

    $3.33

  5. PAPAVER FAURIEI

    Solitary, bowl-shaped, pale yellow or greenish yellow flowers open in a long succession from early summer onwards. This diminutive beauty originates from Russia and Japan and will naturalise very gently when it is happy. ... Learn More

    $3.09

  6. PAPAVER GLAUCUM

    This rare poppy is closely related to the opium poppy, Papaver somniferum, with very sizeable flowers which are a stunning scarlet colour, with clear black blotches on each petal. However it is much smaller than its large relation with correspondingly smaller, round smooth pods, and leaves which are deeper lobed too. But its unique status amongst poppies is because the inner petals are not flat but stay upright, an almost doubling effect, hence its common name, the tulip poppy! It is found at high elevations on rocky and sandy mountainsides in Turkey, Syria, Saudi Arabia, Iraq and Iran, ... Learn More

    $2.48

  7. PAPAVER LASIOTHRIX

    This tough, rare variant of Papaver orientale has smaller, blood-red, black-eyed flowers with just 4-5 cm long petals, atop short, thick, hairy stems, which are erect rather than floppy. A beautiful, rarely offered flower, it is native to eastern Turkey (Lazistan to Cappodocia), the Caucasus, and the northern and north-western part of Iran where it grows in meadows, forest glades and rocky slopes at altitudes up to 1450 m above sea level. ... Learn More

    $3.51

  8. PAPAVER MIYABEANUM

    This most desirable Japanese midget has unusual orange-pink flowers on short stems above tiny evergreen hairy rosettes of ferny foliage. A superlative plant to allow to naturalise on a rockery where it will move in drifts over the years. ... Learn More

    $2.90

  9. PAPAVER NUDICAULE

    The Iceland Poppy has large, lightly fragrant, floppy flowers in various pastel colours opening on thin stems in great profusion in earliest spring. The flowers last for weeks but dead head to allow more buds to develop. ... Learn More

    $2.48

  10. PAPAVER ORIENTALE 'PRINCESS VICTORIA LOUISE'

    This old and spectacular variety has large, dinner-plate-sized blooms with crêpe paper petals of a lovely, deep salmon-rose colour borne on decorative foliage. If dead-headed it will bloom in early summer and again in the autumn. Very few seeds collected. ... Learn More

    $3.33

  11. New

    PAPAVER PAEONIFLORUM 'WHITE CLOUD'

    These impressive peony poppies display large double-flowered heads in beautiful creamy white and will brighten up any gaps in your border from June until August. They are slightly shorter in stature than most opium poppies and so you might want to consider a spot nearer to the front. ... Learn More

    $3.21

  12. PAPAVER RADICATUM

    This cute, very short poppy, has flowers which are usually yellow, but some cultivars have white or even pink flowers. This rarely offered species grows at a latitude of 83°40'N on Kaffeklubben Island, making it (and the purple saxifrage also found on the island) the most northerly-growing plant in the world. It is most commonly found in the Nunavaut region of Canada and is also restricted to small, mountainous areas in the northernmost regions of Norway and Sweden, where it is endemic. ... Learn More

    $3.81

  13. PAPAVER RADICATUM ROSEA

    This is the pink form of this rarely offered species, which grows at a latitude of 83°40'N on Kaffeklubben Island, making it (and the purple saxifrage also found on the island) the most northerly-growing plant in the world. It is most commonly found in the Nunavaut region of Canada and is also restricted to small, mountainous areas in the northernmost regions of Norway and Sweden, where it is endemic. ... Learn More

    $4.66

  14. PAPAVER RHOEAS

    The attractive 'corn poppy', or Papaver rhoeas, also has many other common names including corn rose, field poppy, Flanders poppy and red poppy. This is the fast-growing poppy which quickly produced flowers amongst the trenches in the world wars and which is used to commemorate the soldiers who fell and is still sometimes so abundant in agricultural fields that it may be mistaken for a crop! ... Learn More

    $2.96

  15. New

    PAPAVER RHOEAS 'MOTHER OF PEARL'

    A fabulous mix of colours ranging from lavender-grey to cream to palest pink, some almost double forms, and with an intriguing dark stippling of darker colour. These delightful field poppies will bring an air of sophistication to any border arrangement, flowering from June until August and happily self seeding. ... Learn More

    $3.21

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