Papaver somniferum | Danish Flag Poppy | 100_Seeds

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Here I am offering Seeds from Papaver somniferum Danish Flag Poppy, also known as Breadseed poppy, and Lettuce Leaf Poppy. This is a very popular plant with the birds, bees, and butterflies. This plant likes to live in full sun where it will blossom from late Spring until early Fall. Young leaves are edible and can be eaten cooked or raw. The seeds can also be eaten raw or cooked and are highly nutritious. A high quality cooking oil can also be obtained from the seeds. It has a nutty flavor and can be used as a substitute for olive oil. This amazing oil is also burned, and used in the making of paint and soap. This annual will grow in all USDA Hardiness Zones.

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Aug 25, 2016 by Chris Bornmann

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If you are having any buyers remorse after you make your purchase please just write "Return To Sender" on your package and give it back to your mailman. When your purchase returns here a couple days later I will give you a full refund.
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If you have already planted your seeds then it is too late to return them. Please be patient; Some seeds can take over a year before they finally find the proper conditions to germinate.