Corn-poppy #1038714



Corn-poppy
Papaver rhoeas

The plant looks dry and there is a cup of water nearby. What will you do?
Run away, water it or do a raindance.
State
Parents
There are no known parents.

Corn poppy is an annual or biennial, herbaceous plant. In the past you could find it in every cornfield, today you find it rather on embankments and on fallow ground. Young leaves look like green feathers and can easily be confounded with a buttercup.

Current location
This plant is in ironoy's Greenhouse.

11/16/17
It began to sprout.

11/11/17
Taken by ironoy.