Also known as
Mexican Poppy, Devil's Fig, Bermuda Thistle, Mexican Thistle, Yellow Thistle, Yellow Pricklypoppy, Yellow-Flower Mexican-Poppy, Thorn Poppy, Devil's poppy
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Prickly Poppy Overview
This species is an upright annual and can be found on waste ground. The leaves are prickly and grey-green. The flowers are yellow and fragrant poppy-like and will bloom in the summer.
How to propagate Prickly Poppy
Propagation is by seeds that are sown outdoors in late spring.
Other uses of Prickly Poppy
Whole plant is poisonous if eaten.