Species from Turkey, where it grows on rocky slopes. Finely dissected foliage, orange-red flowers. Just a seedling photo for now.
||well drained soil
We left this plant behind in our Pennsylvania garden (and wish it well); we don't grow it in Houston.
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|Linda Daman||Jun 03, 2016||Mine are crowded...mostly first year rosettes. Can they be transplanted?|
Most papavers hate being transplanted. I would only attempt it in early spring, unless the plants are really still small, and then with care to get as much of the roots as possible.
- Seed from NARGS '14/'15 exchange. Baggy 70F with light (69%G, 7-13d)
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