Papaver rhoeas blossoms

Papaver rhoeas (common names include corn poppy, corn rose, field poppy, Flanders poppy, red poppy, red weed, coquelicot, and, due to its odour, which is said to cause them, as headache and head wark) is a herb aceous species of flowering plant in the poppy family, Papaveraceae.

This poppy, a native of Europe, is notable as an agricultural weed (hence the "corn" and "field") and as a symbol of fallen soldiers.

The plant is 25 to 90 cm flowering period is from May to July. Poppy preferably warm summer, mostly calcareous clay soil. After Ellenberg he is a fresh pointer to nitrogen-richs ites and a growing Klass en charachterart the grain-Beikrautfluren (Secalietalia).

It comes mostly in the western Iran before in Tabriz and the plant needs a lot of shadows

You can use raw, long leaves before flowering, as in salads. They taste somewhat like cucumbers with hazelnut flavor. The red petals are suitable as edible decoration. You can also eat the young, green fruits. The leaves can be cooked like spinach, for example, with fried shallots and a little cream.

The plant is 25 to 90 inches tall and blooms from May to July. It prefers warm summer, mostly calcareous clays oil.

The red poppy petals can nowadays Vedas used as jewelry drug without claim for efficacy in teas of different indications

They are packed in small plastic bags, which can be supplied in 5kg or 10kg bags.