Meaning of Iceland poppy in English:

Iceland poppy

Pronunciation /ˈʌɪslənd/


  • A tall poppy which is widely cultivated for its colourful flowers and suitability for cutting, native to arctic and north temperate regions.

    Papaver nudicaule, family Papaveraceae

    ‘From sixpacks, try calendula, Iceland poppies, pansies, primroses, snapdragons, stock, or violas.’
    • ‘Clarkias, Iceland poppies, pansies, and stock can't stand intense summer heat.’
    • ‘Interplant pink ranunculus with salmon Iceland poppy and red-purple pansies, and accent with a few yellow and pink English primroses.’
    • ‘Buy young plants of calendula, Iceland poppy, pansy, primrose, snapdragon, stock, and viola.’
    • ‘If you want to keep the pot center stage, remove the mum and replace it with a spring bloomer such as Iceland poppy or primrose.’