Papaver Rupifragum 'Orange Feathers' Seeds

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Many a gardeners’ favourite of the small perennial poppies, which flowers through all of summer. This perennial from the Rupifragum species of the Papaver genus bears papery double-flowers. Growing to 18-25” in height, this unscented flower is also known as Spanish Poppy. 

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    Sowing; Surface sow onto compost. Cover seeds lightly with grit. Place in a cold frame. Germination will be quicker if sown in spring, giving the plant a full growing year.

    For a naturalised appearance collect seeds and spread around the garden. Remove seedhead if you don't want this to spread.