Glaucium flavum – Yellow Horned-poppy

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.

Type Seeds per gram Origin Ordering
Coastal perennial 770 Norfolk Currently unavailable


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.


Species currently unavailable or of restricted availability

Sorry, this species is currently unavailable to order as a single item as we have no stock. For more information please see availability note above.


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£/10g £4.00
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