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30cm Papaver 'Champagne Bubbles Scarlet' | 10.5cm Pot Perennial Bedding
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30cm Papaver 'Champagne Bubbles Scarlet' | 10.5cm Pot Perennial Bedding
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Papaver 'Champagne Bubbles Scarlet' | 10.5cm Pot

SKU: PB0249

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Poppies that will make you want to open the bubbly
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The Highlights

    • Large and beautiful candy-red flowers with bright yellow centres
    • Provides vibrant colour early in the growing season
    • Flowers from May to July
    • Very easy to grow and care for
    • Create a cottage garden aesthetic
    • Makes an excellent cut-flower for floral features
    • Makes an excellent feature at the front of floral beds and borders

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Supplied as:

3 Litre Pot

Height on arrival:

Depending on the time of year, when your plant arrives it should be up to 10-30cm tall

Eventual height:

45cm

Eventual spread:

30cm

Time to first crop:

Flower colour:

Candy Red, Canary Yellow

Habit:

Clump Forming

Hardiness:

Hardy
Hardy up to -10ºC.

Rootstock:

Spacing:

30cm

Care Guide

Good Pest and Disease Resistance

Poppies can encounter issues with Downy Mildew and Aphids. To prevent Downy Mildew you should try to prevent crowded and humid conditions. Properly space plants apart and get rid of any weeds. Water at the soil and try to prevent soil splashing from the soil onto the leaves. To combat aphids you can pick away the bugs with your hands and also wash the infested areas down with soapy water.MORE

Water Often

Water several times a week during hot and dry periods to keep the ground evenly moist. During the non-summer months the rain should provide enough water for the plant, especially after it has established itself after its first year.MORE

Full Sun

Plant somewhere the plant will receive 6-8 hours of direct sunlight every day.MORE

Fertile, Well-Drained Soil

You will want to mix in plenty of organic matter such as garden compost into the soil before planting. If your soil is particularly clay-heavy and easily becomes waterlogged, add some perlite or gravel into the soil to improve drainage.MORE

Not Required

Don't worry, this isn't a hungry plant so your food bills won't be going up!MORE

Cut Back in Autumn

After the flowering has finished, cut the plant back to near the base to promote new, fresh growth the following growing season.MORE