Blue Himalayan Poppy grown by Nina

Photo: Nina Pope 19.05.10

Photo: Lydia Thornley 16.04.10

Photo: Nina Pope 07.08.09

Blue Himalayan Poppy grown by Nina

Poppy, Blue Himalayan (Meconopsis grandis)

Herbaceous Perennial - Edible?: Inedible

In Sunday 5th July 2009

  • Donated by Karen (Lawson Park), Mon 1st Dec '08
  • Sown Outdoors by Nina, Sun 7th Dec '08
  • Planted Out by Nina, Sun 5th Jul '09
  • Seed Collected by Nina, Sat 10th Jul '10
    Ready to start a new round of home-grown plants!
  • Sown Outdoors by Nina, Sun 15th Aug '10
    I sow this seed as soon as possible after harvesting and then over winter seedlings
  • Potted On by Nina, Thu 31st Mar '11
    I had another bumper crop of seedlings - for plant sales as our Spring Event this year!

Out Saturday 3rd March 2012

The seeds for these came from Karen's garden at Lawson Park, I had a fluke easy germination with them - Nina

Raised Beds Garden Plan A: Herbs (11) B: Amaranthus & Chard (9) C: Potatoes, Late Radish & Cabbages (5) D: Garlic & Carrots (10) E: Early Spinach, Beans & Summer Savory (7) F: Salads, Sweet Corn & Courgettes (5) G: Salads, Sweet Corn & Squash (4) H: Tomatoes, Basil & Aubergines (11) I: Strawberries (1) J: Celery & Parsley (3) K: Mecanopsis & Perennials (5) L: Rhubarb & Strawberries (4) M: Broadbeans, Beetroot, Salads & Coriander (18) N: Herbs (3) O: Amaranthus & Chard (9) P: Potatoes, Late Radish & Cabbages (6) Q: Garlic & Carrots (13) R: Early Spinach, Beans & Summer Savory (14) S: Salads, Sweet Corn & Cucumbers (5) T: Salads, Sweet Corn & Squash (5) U: Tomatoes, Basil & Aubergines (8) V: Strawberries (1) W: Comfrey (2) X: Celeriac & Fennel (10) Y: Carrots & Parsnips (7) Z: Broad Beans, Dill & Brassicas (10) 1: Mint (1) 2: Cut Flowers (12) 3: Globe Artichokes & Perennial Flowers (6) 4: Flowers (3) 5: Cornflowers (2) 6: Aubergines, Chives, Chillis & Leeks (4) 7: Cornflowers (2) 8: Aubergines, Chives, Chillis & Leeks (5) Wall: Fruit Wall (23)
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