Papaver rhoeas

'Pandora'

PANDORA POPPY

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Papaver rhoeas ‘Pandora’
PANDORA POPPY

Silky ruffled blooms in shades of burgundy and plums, streaked with grey, have made Papaver rhoeas ‘Pandora’ an exciting new release. This is the sultry, temptress sister to our other new release ‘Amazing Grey’

Amazing range of burgundy, plums and greys

Because an amazing range of rich shades are produced when burgundy, plums and greys are all blended – there are no two flowers alike on Pandora.
And we have never seen such sumptuous richness before in the beautiful world of Poppies.
It is like bucket loads of the best wines in the garden – from Merlots, Clarets and best Burgundies to silky Rose.

Trendy new release

Papaver rhoeas ‘Pandora’ is an outstanding new release.
Now no society florist would be seen dead without ‘Pandora’ included in their sumptuous bouquets. And interior decorators cant get enough of it for glossy magazine shoots.

Wow of a cut flower

So Papaver rhoeas ‘Pandora’ really is a wow as a cut flower.
And providing a steady stream of flowers through spring and summer.

Can’t kill it with an axe

But despite all glamourous trendy looks – this really is a tough old hardy, “cant kill it with an axe” sort of a plant – it is a glamourous Flanders Poppy after all.
So it is a very reliable self-seeding annual.
And once you have some garden plants to start with, then it will just continue to self-sow each year.

Quick & easy from seed & in the garden

Grow ‘Pandora’ in Full Sun.
Where it will prove itself to be a very water-wise and drought resistant old friend.
And it is very quick & easy from seed, both sown indoors in punnets, or scattered in the garden.

45cm H x 25cm W.

SEED SOWING ADVICE: QUICK & EASY

Sow seeds at any time in punnets indoors / or scatter in garden in autumn or spring.

SOWING INDOORS: Sow seed thinly onto the surface of good quality seed raising mix.
Then press the seeds gently into the surface of the mix.
Cover with 6mm of sieved mix.

Seeds of Papaver rhoeas need dark to germinate.
So cover the sown punnet with a piece of cardboard or black plastic.

Keep the punnet moist & check daily for sprouts, as you need to remove the cover once the seeds have begun to germinate.

Place the punnet in a warm position, or on a temperature controlled heat mat if you have one.
Burt Papaver rhoeas are very forgiving and easy seeds to germinate

Temperatures of 16-24°C are optimum for rapid and thorough germination.

Then the seed germinates in 7-21 days approx.

SEED COUNT: 250 seeds per pack approx.
(We always aim to exceed the stated seed count, and give a generous serve).