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, also known as Meconopsis baileyi
and the Himalayan blue poppy
, was first discovered in 1912, by Lt. Col. Frederick Marshman Bailey.
is hardy in most of the United Kingdom
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and it has striking large blue flowers but it probably owes much of its success to the fact that, unlike most Meconopsis
, it is perennial.