Papaver oriental ‘Pizzicato’ plants – ( Oriental poppy)


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Picture thanks to Jelitto Seeds

Just a few of these plants in 9cm pots

Pizzicato is a new semi-dwarf strain of oriental poppy. It produces flowers which range from  red, scarlet, orange, salmon, mauve, pink and white flowers. Its flowers are produced above lush foliage on strong stems to a height of 50 – 60 cm, and they are strong enough to withstand quite a strong wind. The flowers are large with a diameter of 15 – 20 cm. Pizzicato won the Fleuroselect prize The strong, 50 cm tall stems can even resist heavy winds. It produces up to 20 superb flowers on very uniform plants. It makes a good cut flower if picked just as the buds are about to open.

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Common Name

Oriental Poppy



Maximum Height

approx 50 cm