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Plants in the Alpine House or Cold Frame: Meconopsis paniculata

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Started by: Michael McLoughlin

A few pictures of Meconopsis paniculata 'Ghunsa group'

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Contribution from Michael McLoughlin 06 October 2009, 20:31top / bottom of page

Just a few pictures of our Meconopsis paniculata 'Ghunsa group'plant shown at Loughborough last saturday.

Contribution from Colin Dolding 07 October 2009, 11:55top / bottom of page

Thank you for the photographs Michael. Fantastic detail of the hairy leaves. How old is the plant and where do you grow it?

Contribution from Jon Evans 07 October 2009, 14:41top / bottom of page

Mick

Thanks for posting these. She is, as you say, very beautiful in close up.

Jon

Contribution from Michael McLoughlin 07 October 2009, 17:53top / bottom of page

Thanks Colin I think we've had the plant for 2 years now. Had it plunged in a raised bed for part of our ?summer? but it seemed to struggle so repotted it and keep it in open greenhouse mainly for protection. Having said that it looks well with droplets on it as well.

Cheers

Mick



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