Iceland poppies - Champagne Bubbles White

Papaver nudicale
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Iceland poppies - Champagne Bubbles White

Papaver nudicale

Champagne Bubbles White” is a unique Siberian poppy in a beautiful white attire with a yellow eye in the center. The variety is known for its large flowers that, in the sunlight, almost appear satin-like and, in the twilight, shine alongside the moon. A recurring poppy variety that seems to become more beautiful with each passing year. Champagne Bubbles White is particularly famous for its flowering period, unlike many other poppy varieties, as it blooms much longer.

Fantastic to use in bouquets both as a flower and as a seed capsule. A beloved variety among pollinators that eagerly gather around this white beauty.

    Product information

    Sowing time
    Harvest/flowering time
    40-49 cm
    Sowing depth
    0,5 cm
    Row Spacing
    20 cm
    Plant Spacing
    20 cm
    Growth time
    15-20 days
    Light Conditions
    Full Sun

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