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Poppy somniferum ID

Discussion in 'What Am I? Plant Identification' started by Todd Ziegler, May 9, 2018.

  1. May 9, 2018
    Todd Ziegler

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    Do any of these look like poppy somniferum seedlings?
     

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    They look like they could be (the kind of scalloped edge seedlings). If it were me, I would let them grow a while and maybe you can make a determination.
     
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    Todd Ziegler

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    They are in the area where I sowed the poppy seeds but I have never attempted to grow perennial poppies before, so I am not familiar with identifying the seedlings. I planted two different varieties of p. Somniferum and so I think the two different seedlings are both poppies.
     

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