‘Tazmanian’ Poppy Seeds
Papaver Somniferum, 2022
AKA: the “TAZZIES”
ALL Seeds in our Store are: Organic & Viable
Freshly Harvested for this grow season!
Tasmanian Poppies have Mostly White Flowers, with a Violet Blotch in the Center, and grow to be around 3′ to 4′ Tall
These are True “Blue Somniferum” Poppy Seeds !!
The seeds you will receive were harvested from the same flowers shown in this listing, which is what you can expect your end result to look like when planted.
Ours seeds are NEVER store bought | They are NOT the “Norman” Strain.
I have been farming poppies and Sourcing Seeds from around the World for over 15+ Years.
I use several different techniques to prevent cross-pollination, depending on the situation (time-staggered planting, clothes-pinning, Silk Sacks, etc.)
Seeds guaranteed to arrive uncrushed and in tact.
Can be planted in Fall or Spring.
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Jay P. –
Bought these this Spring and have tested the results of their yeild.
I can say with 100% confidence that these are NOT the so called unwanted “Norman” Strain thst I had fears about prior to Ordering.
These were excellent quality and had great Genetics!
Will be returning again next Spring!!
hiroko rowena –
Excellent quality! I will be back again next season!
Just a Poppy Loving Hippy –
They know what they’re doing!! 5**** STARS
I know someone who tried planting 10 trays of seeds, but didn’t realize that Plastic Coverings can increase the Temps to WAY above what Poppies like (at the time & place they planted them). Only use the Covers if your Climate reaches below Freezing during the Nights.
Otherwise, follow their other methods mentioned in their Blog for Warmer Planting (Use of Netting, or fine white fabric (to keep the birds out).
Birds have ruined my efforts for my first 2 years. It took me until my 4th Season to FINALLY realize what I was doing wrong. Thanks to the Tutorials in OB’s BLOG