Flanders poppy

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annual European poppy common in grain fields and often cultivated

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Packs of Flanders poppies are on sale at B&Q for PS2 with PS1 of every packet sold being donated to the Royal British Legion.
The date, with its Flanders poppies, was, of course, originally called Armistice Day, in commemoration of the ending of World War I in 1918.
Among his topics are the ex-service hierarchy and the ideal of democracy, Flanders poppies and a brighter Britain, pensions and politics, and hopes for peace.
The three then entered the chamber and Earl Haig placed the Roll of Honour in an oak cabinet, Corporal Huff and Mrs Bench then each laid a wreath of Flanders poppies before the cabinet.
Shirley and Flanders poppies can be sown right where you want them to grow.
THOUSANDS of Flanders poppies have bloomed in Porthcawl as the town prepares to mark the centenary of the start of World War I.
IT was ironic and tragic that in the week we wear Flanders poppies, seven young men died for us in another land where poppies blow.