A stunning Himalayan Poppy with glorious blue flowers. This is a cross between Meconopsis betonicifolia and M. grandis and can be regarded as a true perennial. It requires a moist, organic soil in partial shade. It doesn't like it too wet or dry and the soil should be neutral to slightly acid. They prefer a little morning or evening sun.
The plants supplied should flower the coming spring. Once flowering has finished, remove the flower heads. From the 2nd year on you can keep the seed heads and collect the seed.