Welsh poppy


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Welsh poppy

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(Plants) a perennial W European papaveraceous plant, Meconopsis cambrica, with large yellow flowers
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Noun1.Welsh poppy - widely cultivated west European plant with showy pale yellow flowersWelsh poppy - widely cultivated west European plant with showy pale yellow flowers
poppy - annual or biennial or perennial herbs having showy flowers
genus Meconopsis, Meconopsis - herbs almost entirely of mountains of China and Tibet; often monocarpic
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THE Welsh poppy should be used as a symbol of remembrance for those who died in the First World War and later conflicts, Plaid parliamentary leader Elfyn Llwyd said.
PLAID Cymru's parliamentary leader Elfyn Llwyd has used his party's autumn conference in Llangollen to make the case for using the Welsh poppy as a symbol of remembrance and respect for all from Wales who lost their lives during the First World War and all subsequent conflicts.
Most poppies prefer sun and moist soil but several, including the Welsh poppy, Meconopsis cambrica, prefer stretches of woodland in dappled shade.
Next year I intend to introduce cornflowers and foxgloves to that area and the delicate Welsh poppy.
We were warmly welcomed by Janet, originally from Swansea, who showed us the comfortable guests' sitting room complete with log fire and the light and airy conservatory looking over a lake and green pastures, before leading us to our bedroom - all are named after wild flowers, ours was called Welsh Poppy.
Honesty, teasels, yellow archangel, aquilegia and the Welsh poppy along with wild violets and dandelions.
We have one native Meconopsis in this country, the famed Welsh poppy (Meconopsis cambrica).
Robust and reliable, it's a splendid plant to put with hardy geraniums, or the Welsh Poppy, Meconopsis cambrica.
It is touring the UK in the run-up to Remembrance Day and was due to help launch the Welsh Poppy Appeal in Cardiff later today.
Many different garden strains of poppy exist, including Shirley poppy, Iceland poppy, California poppy, Himalayan and the beautiful yellow Welsh poppy.
Medwyn Williams, an eleven-time gold medal winner at the Chelsea Flower Show, joined residents at his home village of Llanfairpwll on Anglesey as they scattered Welsh poppy and wildflower seeds near the village green.
Plaid MP Adam Price, pictured against a background of the parties logo, the Welsh Poppy