Rough Poppy


The Rough Poppy is much smaller than the Common Poppy, with deep crimson petals that overlap much less. The seed capsules are egg-shaped and covered in bristles.

It is also much less common, being found on arable land, mainly on lime, in the south of England during the summer months.



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