White-seeded Breadseed Poppy (Papaver laciniatum ‘Elka White’)

Description

White breadseed type. Easy to grow, pale pink-white flowers with purple smudges in the center. Produces massive quantities of sweet, nutty flavored white seeds that make an excellent paste/ meal when ground into nut butter. Giant seed pods (11⁄2″ x 2″) are sealed and do not shatter. The flowers produce large beautiful seed pods that remain closed at the crown which prevents seeds from self-sowing in your garden. Poppies with this feature are referred to as “rattle poppies.” Grows 3-4′ tall. Full sun. Photo courtesy of Adaptive Seeds.

White breadseed type. Easy to grow, pale pink-white flowers with purple smudges in the center. Produces massive quantities of sweet, nutty flavored white seeds that make an excellent paste/ meal when ground into nut butter. Giant seed pods (11⁄2″ x 2″) are sealed and do not shatter. The flowers produce large beautiful seed pods that remain closed at the crown which prevents seeds from self-sowing in your garden. Poppies with this feature are referred to as “rattle poppies.” Grows 3-4′ tall. Full sun. Photo courtesy of Adaptive Seeds.