Flora of Northern Ireland
Glaucium flavum
© Ralph Forbes
Glaucium flavum
© Graham Day
Glaucium flavum
© Ralph Forbes
Glaucium flavum
(Map updated: March 2008)
Glaucium flavum
© Alan Hill
Glaucium flavum
© Graham Day
 

The common name derives from its yellow flower and long, horn-like fruit which succeeeds it. A rare and local species of the Co Down coast, mostly from the stretch south from Bloody Bridge.

All names: Glaucium flavum Crantz; Glaucium luteum Crantz; Glaucium glaucium (L.) Karst.