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August is the month to sow Perennial Flowers that will perform year after year and Biennials for early flowers next year. You can also sow Hardy Annuals this month too.
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Papaver nudicaule 'Champagne Bubbles Pink'

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Papaver 'Champagne Bubbles Pink' Seeds

Iceland Poppies are some of the most beautiful flowers to grow with gorgeous open blooms. They are extremely hardy and will tolerate cold winters. Flowers in shades of soft coral pink are produced in late spring and early summer before the rest of the garden gets going. Champagne Bubbles Poppies make lovely cut flowers.

Genus Papaver nudicaule
Variety Champagne Bubbles Pink
Plant Type Hardy Biennial
Height & Spread 45cm tall x 30cm spread
Sow Seeds Sow seeds in summer at 13-18C for planting out in autumn. Seeds are tiny so do not cover seeds because they need light to germinate and water trays from below to prevent the seeds being washed away.
Alternatively Iceland Poppies can be treated as annuals and sown in March for planting out 8 to 10 weeks later when the soil has warmed up in May. Takes approx 100 - 120 days from seed to flower.
Thin/Plant Out Plant well established young plants into their flowering position from the end of August to the end of September taking care not to disturb their roots. For extra early blooms grow undercover in a polytunnel or greenhouse.
Allow sufficient space (30cm) for the young plants to grow and develop.
During autumn and winter Papaver nudicaule produces a good root system and forms a large rosettes of foliage ready for flowering in late spring.
Conditions Required Papaver nudicaule will grow in most garden situations ranging from full sun to shade. These Iceland Poppies can survive cold winters but they don't perform well if it's baking hot in summer. The perfect spot has some dappled shade and some sunshine. They prefer moist but well drained soil.
Flower Production Papaver nudicaule flowers from May until July the year after sowing. Grow plenty because their early flowers fill the gap left after the Tulips have finished. Usually flowers are produced for a good two months or more.
Picking Pick in the cool of the early morning or evening when the buds are just starting to break open. Iceland Poppies are productive plants so harvest frequently to keep the blooms coming. Sear stem ends in boiling water for 10 seconds to prolong vase life and place immediately in fresh clean water. They should then last 5 to 7 days as a cut flower.
Planting Combinations For a good show of early blooms and lots of flowers for cutting then plant Iceland Poppies in drifts with Wallflowers.

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