Papaver rhoeas L.
Brand: Seklos
Packaged:0,2 g
Availability:In Stock
Ex Tax: 0.95€
Flanders poppy "Pandora" (Corn rose, field poppy) - Papaver rhoeas.
For elegant “sunny gardens”.
An annual unique variety with semi-double pinkish cherry flowers, 7-10 cm in diameter. The leaves are pinnately lobed with entire or serrated lobes. The entire plant is covered with coarse hairs.
Looks great in summer flower beds, reaching a height of 60–90 cm.
Blooms profusely from June to autumn. Prefers open sunny areas and grows in any garden soil. Does not require special soil conditions, grows well in poor soil.
Fertilizer application stimulates active flowering and an increase in flower size.
They are grown in flower beds, in groups, and in landscape gardens. Looks good with cornflowers and daisies. Stands well when cut; cut plants are immediately immersed cut side into hot water. Flowers picked at the bud stage can be used to create dried flower arrangements.
Poppies absolutely cannot tolerate thickening and stagnation of water.
They reproduce by seeds and renew well by self-sowing. Sow in the earliest possible time in the spring or before winter, having previously mixed the seeds with sand in a ratio of 1:10. Shoots appear on days 7-12, they are thinned out, leaving 15-20 cm between plants. They bloom 50-55 days after sowing. To extend the flowering period, repeat sowings are done every 20-30 days.
Sowing time in open ground: IV-V, X
Sowing depth: 0.5 cm. Sowing pattern: 20x20 cm.
1.0 g = 6500 seeds.

Papaver rhoeas, Kukemagun
Jane Webb Loudon.

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