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Pa·pa·ver

(pă-pā'vĕr, pă-pav'er),
A genus of plants, one species of which, Papaver somniferum (family Papaveraceae), furnishes opium.
Synonym(s): poppy
[L. poppy]
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poppy

(pŏ′pē)
Any of the several plants of the genus Papaver. Opium is obtained from the juice of the unripe pods of Papaver somniferum.
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The Escholzias, or Californian poppies, can be sown direct on to the soil, as can pink chiffon opium poppies (Papaver somniferum) as well as the gorgeous corn poppies which are derived from our own wild field poppy.
To encourage their thinking and love of nature include plants that support wildlife, like French lavender; corn poppies; sunflowers; nasturtium; marigolds; thyme and sage.