- Large paeony-like blooms with ‘tissue paper’ petals
- Stunning in borders or planted ‘en masse’.
- Approximately 750 seeds
Beautiful, large double blooms in shades of rose, all striped with creamy white. The romantic blooms resemble those once seen in antique herbal books. Stunning in borders or planted ‘en masse’.
The name Papaver comes from the Latin ‘pappa’, food or milk, alluding to the milky sap. A native of south-west Asia, it was first formally recorded by the famous botanist Linnaeus during the 18th Century.