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By Andrea

Yorkshire, United Kingdom Gb

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You recently offered advice on a yellow Meconopsis, here is a photo as promised, It has just started to flower. It is a small flower so guess it could be Cambrica?




that is a lovely plant but not cambric, which is the welsh poppy and has been renamed [due to DNA] to Papaver cambric.

Possibly M paniculata but the foliage isn't a good match.
I will see if one of my friends can identify it for you.

26 May, 2020


I would suggest a yellow form of M. napaulensis?

26 May, 2020


No Not Cambrica (sorry, Cambric, I wonder why)- that has feathery divided leaves and a flimsier flower.

26 May, 2020


Thank you....all the buds , and there are lots of them appear to be in a cluster together At the top of one single stem and not on individual stems so will be interesting to see how they all open.

27 May, 2020


The flower is similar but the leaves are wrong. Lovely plant.

27 May, 2020


The friend I showed your question too also says hybrid of M napaulensis.

28 May, 2020

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