Category:Poppy fields

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Poppy fields may refer to:

  • Opium poppy fields, where Papaver somniferum is grown, mainly to derive poppy seeds or opium
  • Papaver fields, where other species of Papaver are commercially grown (rare, sometimes for seed propagation)
  • Fields or meadows on which poppies appear as weeds/wildflowers, see field flowers
    • notice: Poppy is the English common name for various (more than 100) flowering plant species of different genera in the family Papaveraceae (see subcategories)
    • such fields are often (but not only) grain fields or rapeseed fields; poppies may also appear on fallow fields (if existing in local crop rotation, rare in modern agriculture)
    • for poppies appearing mainly on narrow strips around fields, also see field margins
    • in Europe such poppies are often Papaver rhoeas, but other/similar species are possible!
  • Naturally occurring "flower carpets" of several species (not agricultural fields in the proper sense)
  • Blood Swept Lands and Seas of Red, a public artwork created at the Tower of London in 2014, consisting of thousands of ceramic red poppies
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