'Poppy- Flanders' seeds
- Annual 60cm
- Red flowers
- Corn poppy "Field poppy"
Annual to 60cm. Erect plant producing light green leaves and vivid red flowers. Good for beds, borders and as a cut flower. Also known as "Corn poppy" and "Field poppy". The flowers are used to commemorate the First World War.
Seeds per gram: 7000
Product code: C4-15
Quick Sowing Guide
|Season||Late summer, autumn (and winter in warm climates)|
|Germination||14-21 days @ 16-24°C|
|Hardiness / Life Cycle||Hardy Annual|
|Position||Full sun, well drained soil|
|Days Until Maturity||140 days|
*Notes: Pinch out early buds to encourage clumping. Remove spent flowers to prolong flowering. Protect from snails and slugs.
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Ratings & Reviews
Poppy- FlandersPeople don't seem to like planting this because of its association with Remembrance day. Perhaps people see it as an old fashioned plant? I planted some along the driveway. It is a rather ratty plant and isn't very attractive until it flowers. The bright red colour is worth it, though. Nothing else in the garden, other than the oriental poppies have such good colour.