Glaucium flavum - Yellow Horned-poppy

(United Kingdom)

Minimum Quantity: 1g

Maximum Quantity: 10g

Seeds per gram: 770


  • £ / 1g : £3.00
  • £ / 10g : £10.00
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Yellow Horned-poppy is a distinctive seaside plant with silvery grey leaves and large, bright yellow flower that develops into long, sickle shaped seed pods which look a little like horns. Flowering occurs from June to late September.

Habitat Information

This short-lived coastal perennial is characteristic of shingle banks and stony beaches but can also be found on soft cliffs and the bare tops of chalk cliffs. Yellow Horned-poppy is relatively common around the southern half Britain but is absent or rare in northeast England and most of Scotland. The flowers are pollinated by a range of insects but are particularly to bees.

Growing Information

Can be sown anytime of the year.

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