- Flower nameHorned poppy
- Scientific nameGlaucium flavum
- AliasHorned poppy, Sea poppy, 角芥子, ホーンド・ポピー
- Place of originEurope
- Place of floweringBotanical Gardens
- Flowering seasonJune, July, August
What is Horned poppy
Horned poppy , scientific name:Glaucium flavum, is a plant of European origin in yellow-flowered poppy Department Papaveraceae genus Glaucium and derived (glaucos) blue-grey, silver leaf color and species epithet flavum refers to the golden yellow flowers. This depends on which resembles a bull's horn-shaped fruit pods in the Papaveraceae is the Japanese name. Contains the alkaloids in the stems and leaves are toxic, but angle your oil, edible and medicinal use. Is the Red-flowered rubrum (scientific name: Glaucium corniculatum var. rubrum, Synonym:Glaucium rubrum).
General name: Horn poppy, scientific name:Papaver commutatum, also known as: Horned poppy, Sea poppy, origin: European Habitat: coasts, environment: sunny, unwholesome place, life-forms: 2 p years or erennials, plant height: 30-90 cm, stems: upright, leaf: pinnate, small leaf, leaf color: silver-white, leaf: phyllotaxis: alternate, leaf quality: fleshy, simple inflorescences, asymmetric flower, inflorescences form: sake-Cup, petal type: petal-shaped: petals: 4, flower diameter: 6 - 9 cm, flowers: monocotyledonous, Flowering season: June to August, Flower color: yellow/orange, Number of stamens: many, many stamens, Number of sepals: 2, flowering season: June to August ,Type of fruit: capsule, capsule-shaped, with long, angular capsules, Fruit color: brown, fruit diameter: 0.07 cm, Uses: Planting flowerbeds for ornamental purposes, the seeds are edible, but they are not, The leaf stems contain alkaloids and are not edible.