FutureStarr

Field Poppy Plug Plants

Field Poppy Plug Plants

Field Poppy Plug Plants

Bedding and Patio PlantsAgeratum PlantsAntirrhinumAsterBedding Begonia PlantsBeacon ImpatiensBusy Lizzie Plug PlantsCinerariaColeusCosmos PlantsCupheaDahlia PlantsDianthusFuchsia PlantsGazania PlantsGerberaGeranium Plug PlantsLobelia Bedding PlantsMargueritesMimulusNemesiaNicotianaMarigold Bedding PlantsOsteospermum Plug PlantsPansies & Violas (Spring/Summer)Petunia Bedding PlantsPhloxPortulacaSalvia Bedding PlantsStocksSunPatiensVerbena Bedding PlantsWholesale Bedding PlantsZinniaGarden Ready Bedding and Basket PlantsSALEWholesale Bedding PlantsNew Plants for 2020A-Z PLANT LIST.

Plant

Wholesale Plug PlantsArgyranthemum Plants - WholesaleBacopa Plants - WholesaleBegonia Plants - WholesaleCalibrachoa Plants - WholesaleFoliage Plants - WholesaleFuchsia Plants - WholesaleGeranium Plants - WholesaleHerb Plants - WholesaleImpatien (Busy Lizzie) Plants - WholesaleLobelia Plants - WholesaleMarigold Plants - WholesalePansy Plants - WholesalePetunia Plants - WholesalePrimrose & Polyanthus - WholesaleSurfinia Plants - WholesaleVerbena Plants - WholesaleViola Plants - WholesaleAll Other A - Z Wholesale PlantsWholesale Bedding PlantsWholesale Hanging Basket PlantsWholesale Vegetable PlantsWholesale Plug PlantsArgyranthemum Plants - WholesaleBacopa Plants - WholesaleBegonia Plants - WholesaleCalibrachoa Plants - WholesaleFoliage Plants - WholesaleFuchsia Plants - WholesaleGeranium Plants - WholesaleHerb Plants - WholesaleImpatien (Busy Lizzie) Plants - WholesaleLobelia Plants - WholesaleMarigold Plants - WholesalePansy Plants - WholesalePetunia Plants - WholesalePrimrose & Polyanthus - WholesaleSurfinia Plants - WholesaleVerbena Plants - WholesaleViola Plants - WholesaleAll Other A - Z Wholesale Plants.

Plant Growing GuidesHow to Grow PotatoesHow to Grow Tomato Gardeners DelightHow to Grow BeetrootHow to Grow BroccoliHow to Grow Brussel SproutsHow to Grow CabbageHow to Grow CauliflowerHow to Grow CucumbersHow to Grow GrapesHow to Grow CourgettesHow to Grow Kiwi FruitHow to Grow LeeksHow to Grow LettuceHow to Grow FuchsiasHow to Grow Standard FuchsiasHow to Grow SurfiniaHow to Grow ImpatiensHow to Grow SunPatiens.Most oriental poppies are hybrids, so won’t come true from seed. It’s therefore best to propagate oriental poppies by taking root cuttings in autumn or winter. Lift a mature plant carefully and trim off a section of root with the thickness of a pencil. Remove no more than one-third of the parent’s roots. Cut the root into 4cm lengths and push them vertically into a pot of cutting compost with the thickest end at the top. Cover the pot with a thin layer of grit, and water. Leave the pots in a cold frame and wait for little plants to form before potting on. (Source: www.gardenersworld.com)

 

Related Articles