Glaucium fulvum. - Horned Poppy. - It has an unlucky common name, otherwise it would, perhaps, be more generally introduced into the garden than it appears to be, as it deserves a place in every collection, not so much for its flowers, which are very pretty, but particularly for its "sea-green, dew-bespangled leaves," which are universally admired, and peculiar to the genus. The flowers are yellow or orange, and continue through the season. It is a biennial, a native of the south of Europe.
"The whole plant abounds in a yellow juice." G. luteum with yellow, and G. phaeniccum with red flowers, are annuals.