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Meconopsis

History and Origin:

Meconopsis is a genus of approximately 45 species within the Papaveraceae family, native to south-central Asia. It was first mentioned by Louis Viguier, a French botanist in 1814. The genus name is derived from the Greek word ‘mekon’ meaning poppy and ‘opsis’, meaning alike.

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Meconopsis are biennials, annuals, evergreen or herbaceous perennial plants that are more commonly known as Himalayan Poppies. They are renowned for their luxurious rosettes of paper-like petals and fine, hairy foliage. They are a popular addition to most garden styles and look perfect when planted beneath roses or shrubs.

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