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Opium poppy, medicinal poppy or Papaver somniferum is an annual plant of the Papaveraceae family.
It is an ornamental and medicinal plant of the same family as corn poppy or California poppy.
It produces very beautiful flowers of different colors in summer.
Fruit is a capsule that contains a lot of seeds.
Medicinal poppy seeds are small and bluish in color, resembling those of catnip or mapacho tobacco.
The plants can reach a height of 60 to 80 cm.
Opium poppy is sometimes vulgarly called poppy.
The medicinal poppy is used for its virtues against pain in Asia and around the world.
In cooking, the seeds of Papaver somniferum are used in pastry.
Sowing Opium poppy seeds:
To begin, you need to prepare a box of fine potting soil, sprinkle the seeds of Papaver somniferum over them, then cover them with one to two centimeters of substrate.
Finally, water by spraying and place the seed box at a temperature close to 25 ° C.
The medicinal poppy seeds usually germinate after 3 to 4 weeks.
- Very beautiful summer bloom.
- Annual plant.
- Full sun exposure.
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