Meconopsis 'Crarae' is distinctive, with its large, almost globular flowers, silky, and soft blue, perhaps with a hint of mauve. It is one of the first to flower and is a robust plant, with large, strappy leaves, held upright. Details of the origin of this clone are not known, but it was grown in quantity at Crarae Garden in Argyll, hence its name.
Blue poppy with large, globular, silky, soft blue flowers.
||2 litre pot|
||cool, partly shaded, not too dry|
||fertile, well drained soil|
||60 cm - 1.2 m|