Papaver Somniferum Indoors.

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There has been some progress in my plants.

My little led veg cab now has 3 little plants on 12/12. They seem to be doing quite well at the moment. My outside seedlings are suffering due to a recent cold & wet patch, but they are still surviving. There is probably going to be 4 of those plants, in a pot.

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There has been some progress in my plants.

My little led veg cab now has 3 little plants on 12/12. They seem to be doing quite well at the moment. My outside seedlings are suffering due to a recent cold & wet patch, but they are still surviving. There is probably going to be 4 of those plants, in a pot.

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If possible, try to grow them directly in what ever pot/container they they'll be in their entire life.

It is possible to transplant them, but poppies have delicate roots and usually don't survive transplanting all that well. You'll have to be really careful and gentle. Generally speaking, poppies shouldn't be transplanted, it is possible to do though if one is super careful about it.

And they usually need to be spaced about 8 inches apart at minimum.



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