• Apricotia Poppy

    Apricotia Poppy

    (75-85 days)  A Spanish species with crumpled, velvety, apricot blooms.  Grows easily into a tight clump and flowers profusely in early summer.  Direct seed in early spring or late fall.

  • Baby Kiss Oriental Poppy Plant

    Baby Kiss Oriental Poppy Plant

    Plant Patent #14,638. Super-compact plants that never need staking set large, absolutely gorgeous watermelon-red blooms scored with black at the base and thinly edged in pure white. A confection of a flower, perfectly formed and great for cutting, these blooms deliver all the impact you love in Oriental Poppies, in less space than before!'Baby Kiss' is very floriferous, with more flowering stems than older varieties. It reaches less than 2 feet tall in bloom, and spreads 12 to 18 inches wide over a season or two. The 4½- to 5-inch flowers appear on sturdy, thick, long-lasting stems in late spring…

    Plant Patent #14,638. Super-compact plants that never need staking set large, absolutely gorgeous watermelon-red blooms scored with black at the base and thinly edged in pure white. A confection of a flower, perfectly formed and great for cutting, these blooms deliver all the impact you love in Oriental Poppies, in less space than before!'Baby Kiss' is very floriferous, with more flowering stems than older varieties. It reaches less than 2 feet tall in bloom, and spreads 12 to 18 inches wide over a season or two. The 4½- to 5-inch flowers appear on sturdy, thick, long-lasting stems in late spring…

  • Beauty of Livermere Papaver orientale Oriental Poppy Plant

    Beauty of Livermere Papaver orientale Oriental Poppy Plant

    Adding a scarlet Oriental poppy to the garden is a certain way to create brilliant spots of interest from late spring into early summer. This intensely colorful, large flower is among the most eye-catching of all, the perfect cut-flower as well as a garden standout.'Beauty of Livermere' is a large flower, 4 to 6 inches across, with crepe-paper like petals of pure, radiant scarlet-red surrounding a huge, dramatic dark purple to black center. The blooms arise on tall, slender, very strong stems, reaching 30 inches high in the sunny garden. They last for several weeks, and after they pass, the…

    Adding a scarlet Oriental poppy to the garden is a certain way to create brilliant spots of interest from late spring into early summer. This intensely colorful, large flower is among the most eye-catching of all, the perfect cut-flower as well as a garden standout.'Beauty of Livermere' is a large flower, 4 to 6 inches across, with crepe-paper like petals of pure, radiant scarlet-red surrounding a huge, dramatic dark purple to black center. The blooms arise on tall, slender, very strong stems, reaching 30 inches high in the sunny garden. They last for several weeks, and after they pass, the…

  • California Poppy

    California Poppy

    Silky, 2-3" cups of brilliant orange top neat mounds of finely cut silvery-green foliage. Blooms over a long period. Drought tolerant. Tolerates light frost. Excellent for seeding large areas. Ht. 12-15". Avg. 18,600 seeds/oz. Packet: 500 seeds.

  • California Poppy  - Wildflower

    California Poppy - Wildflower

    Hardy annual. Often self sows (Eschscholzia californica) Early. The brilliant orange, small poppy from the West Coast. This easy-to-grow spring bloomer makes a splash of color. Contains 100-300 heirloom seeds

  • California Poppy 'Wrinkled Rose'

    California Poppy 'Wrinkled Rose'

    Few flowers are more beautiful than the abundant, free-wheeling native California Poppy, but this new rosy-red and white selection puts its humble cousin to shame. Not only are the flowers much bigger (3 inches!) and more colorful, they are also semi- to fully double and much, much more abundant over a long season. If you're looking for a carefree, distinctively beautiful ground cover or container subject, rely on this sun-lover.The flowers have the crinkly, satiny texture so beloved of Poppies, yellow-centered and streaked and striped in rose and red among the white. They may remind you of the popular favoritebut…

  • California Poppy Mix

    California Poppy Mix

    (80-90 days)  Intensely colored golden, yellow and orange poppies on feathery bluish green foliage.  Perennial in USDA Zones 8-10.  Direct seed shallowly in early spring or late fall.

  • California Poppy, Purple Gleam

    California Poppy, Purple Gleam

    Light purple-pink to dusky rose, single version of the state flower of the Golden State. Blooms in spring from a fall sowing, or in summer from a spring sowing. Superb in meadows or native gardens. Contains 100-300 heirloom seeds

  • Callirhoe involucrata Purple Poppy Mallow Plant

    Callirhoe involucrata Purple Poppy Mallow Plant

    One of the best native perennials for scrambling across hot, water-starved soils, Purple Poppy Mallow delights with a very heavy season of bloom in late spring and early summer, followed by intermittent blooms right into autumn. Easy to grow in any sunny, well-drained soil, it naturalizes readily and spreads to cover all those bare, difficult-to-plant spots.These blooms are magnificent, so richly colored they appear to glow, and borne profusely above the large, lobed dark green foliage. Measuring 2 1/2 inches wide, they are equally as deep, with a small white-to-yellow center and a nicely cupped shape that gives them their…

  • Carnival Papaver orientale Oriental Poppy Plant

    Carnival Papaver orientale Oriental Poppy Plant

    'Carnival' lives up to its name with bright, festive blooms combining orange and red tones with a hint of white at the base and a big violet-black center. Pleated, frilled, and slightly twisted, these 5-inch flowers are breathtaking!A classic variety, 'Carnival' is ultra-dependable, and more tolerant of dry soils than many othercultivars. Its blooms are bright enough to be spotted from across the garden, reliably appearing in late spring and early summer on 18- to 24-inch stems.Oriental Poppies are a carefree source of magnificent color in hot, dry garden spots. Intolerant of humidity or excess moisture, they thrive in sandy…

    'Carnival' lives up to its name with bright, festive blooms combining orange and red tones with a hint of white at the base and a big violet-black center. Pleated, frilled, and slightly twisted, these 5-inch flowers are breathtaking!A classic variety, 'Carnival' is ultra-dependable, and more tolerant of dry soils than many othercultivars. Its blooms are bright enough to be spotted from across the garden, reliably appearing in late spring and early summer on 18- to 24-inch stems.Oriental Poppies are a carefree source of magnificent color in hot, dry garden spots. Intolerant of humidity or excess moisture, they thrive in sandy…

  • Central Park Poppy

    Central Park Poppy

    Deep wine-red blooms 4-6" across with black-purple centers put on a vibrant color show from spring to summer! 18-24" tall, 18-24" spread. #1 field-grown plants. Zones 3-7 Papaver orientale ‘Central Park’

  • Champagne Bubbles Papaver Poppy Mix Plant

    Champagne Bubbles Papaver Poppy Mix Plant

    A gorgeous Iceland Poppy that flaunts a mixture of fragrant orange, red, white, and yellow blooms, 'Champagne Bubbles Mix' is a pure delight along sunny walkways, in containers, or nestled into mixed borders. Easy, low maintenance, and fast growing, this Papaver is quite tolerant of pollution, wind, and salty air, making it a valuable addition to gardens across the country. The cup-shaped, crepe-like flowers are a welcome sight in early spring, bringing beauty to both garden and vase! Zones 2-8.

  • Corn Poppy

    Corn Poppy

    Long-blooming, provides cheerful color to any garden spot. Ht. 12-24". Avg. 208,000 seeds/oz. Packet: 500 seeds.

  • Corn Poppy , Flanders Field

    Corn Poppy , Flanders Field

    SECTION: Flowers, Poppy, Papever rhoeas Big, bright red single flowers are easy to grow, bloom quickly, and take little space scattered among other plants. Good early butterfly plant; petals add color to tea and salad. One packet will plant 25-50 sq ft DAYS TO MAT: 50 SEEDS PER PACKET: 500 SOURCE CODE: C PACKET LABEL INSTRUCTIONS: Doesn't transplant well, sow directly into bed. Unless very severe Winter, sow in early Fall for germination in following Spring. Like light soils all the way into the sandy range. Need good drainage. Give a little humus when preparing bed. Likes full sun &…

  • Cornfield Poppy

    Cornfield Poppy

    (65-80 days) Brilliant deep orange to scarlet red, delicate single flowers. Grows wild in European meadows.

  • Dicranostigma franchetianum

    Dicranostigma franchetianum

    A rarely seen poppy whose branched red stems bear large, deep yellow, nodding poppy-like flowers against attractive gray-green foliage. Easy to grow. Germination: 14-30 days, 50-75F. Loamy soil. 20-28in.

  • Eschscholzia californica - California Poppy Bulk Seed - 1 pound

    Eschscholzia californica - California Poppy Bulk Seed - 1 pound

    Their bright yellow-orange blooms, grey-green foliage, and stubborn refusal to be detered by hot, dry locations make these wildflowers a wonderful subject for mass planting. Plant them in big swaths to enjoy a heart-lifting display of golden color in spring and early summer. Plant 100-200 seeds per square foot - approximately 250,000 seeds per pound

  • Hungarian Blue Bread Seed Poppy

    Hungarian Blue Bread Seed Poppy

    (80-90 days) Saved for generations for its beautiful bluish-purple flowers, followed by closed pods of blue-gray edible seeds.

  • Iceland Poppy

    Iceland Poppy

    (80-90 days)  A true perennial that is generally grown as an annual or biennial. Brilliant, papery 3'' blooms in bright yellow, orange, and white have a sweet fragrance. Can be used in arrangements if cut just before buds open and stem end is seared in a flame to prevent white latex from leaking out.  Sow thinly over a broad area for a stunning display. Perennial in USDA Zones 3-9.

  • Jelly Beans California Poppy

    Jelly Beans California Poppy

    Fully double, 2-in. blooms are perched atop 8-in to 12-in. tall airy, silver-blue foliage for an overall gorgeous effect. Easy-to-grow annual thrives in poor soil and dry conditions—simply direct sow wherever you want a splash of candy-coated color. $3.99 $6.99 $5.99

  • Meadow Pastels

    Meadow Pastels

    Large, crepe paper-like petals in an array of soft pastel shades. Flowering starts early in the summer and continues over several months. Performs well in containers. Zones 4-9. Ht. 24-30". Avg. 173,500 seeds/oz. Packet: 100 seeds.

  • Oriental Poppy Harvest Moon

    Oriental Poppy Harvest Moon

    Ruffled and feminine, Harvest Moon’s spirited, deep tangerine colour is a lively addition to any front or back border. Blooms open to 6" across and multiply tenfold with each passing season. Plant next to dahlias, which provide colour when poppy’s blooming season ends. Harvest Moon is also lovely in bouquets and as dried seedpods. Act quickly, because we don’t expect this brightly-hued variety to last long at this price! #1 plant Sun 30-35' Late Spring to Summer 3-7 If our spring shipping season is closed, your order will be shipped the following spring.

  • Park's Peony Poppy Flemish Antique

    Park's Peony Poppy Flemish Antique

    Every bloom a distinctive work of art, this fascinating bicolor Poppy gives you huge, fully double flowers all summer long! A glorious sight in the vase or a large, sunny planting, Park's Peony Poppy Flemish Antique is the showiest Poppy I have ever grown, yet it's as easy as can be, and even reblooms reliably for an entire summer's worth of cutflowers and garden glory!Indescribably elegant, the blooms on this new Peony-flowered Poppy are fully 4 inches across. Jam-packed with ruffled, whorled petals of creamy ivory stroked with rich salmon-red, they really do look just like a Peony, yet have…

  • Poppy 'Blue Himalayan'

    Poppy 'Blue Himalayan'

    The rare and prized 'Blue Himalayan' Poppy produces sky-blue 2- to 2 1/2-inch flowers in partial shade. Best in Pacific northwest and cool northeast areas, it reaches 3 to 4 feet tall, 2 feet wide, and flowers in early to midsummer in most climates, its radiant azure blooms topping long, slender stems. One of Nature's finest plants, it is a treasure for any garden!The flowers have a crepe-like texture and are saturated with hard-to-find color. A ring of bright orange stamens in the center complements the azure tones nicely. Ideal for cutting, they arise high above a ground-level rosette of…

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    Poppy Anemone Burgundy

    A spectacular anemone that makes a lasting impression. Cup-shaped blooms of deep burgundy have unique black, cone-shaped centres encircled by a white ring. It’s such a dramatic beauty. 6-10 4-5 cm Bulbs 10-14" Sun to Part Shade Late Spring to Early Summer If our Spring shipping season is closed, your order will be shipped the following Spring.

  • Poppy Anemone Mix

    Poppy Anemone Mix

  • Poppy commutatum 'Ladybird'

    Poppy commutatum 'Ladybird'

    Shining single crimson blooms with a black blotch. Developed using a species introduced by our founder Wm. Thompson in Russia, 1876. 18in. Germination: 14-30 days, 50-85F. Loamy soil.

  • Poppy Mix

    Poppy Mix

    SECTION: Flowers, Poppy, Papever somniferum 50-60 days. All colors of poppies. Makes for a meadow of bright color in late spring. One packet will plant 200 sq ft SEEDS PER PACKET: 1000 SOURCEThis is just a mix of all of our poppies. CODE: C Main Photo: mixed poppy-Kebun Malay-Kadazan Girls blog-kebunmalaykadazangirls.blogspot.com

  • Poppy nudicaule 'Meadow Pastels'

    Poppy nudicaule 'Meadow Pastels'

    A wide-ranging mixture, containing up to ten different colors. Large flowers on strong, sturdy stems. Z2-8. 24-28in. Germination: 14-30 days, 50-85F. Loamy soil.

  • Poppy orientale 'Brilliant'

    Poppy orientale 'Brilliant'

    The classic Oriental poppy, with large, bright scarlet-red flowers and a jet black center. Z4-9.Germination: 14-30 days, 50-85F. Loamy soil. 30-36in.

  • Poppy orientale 'Coral Reef'™

    Poppy orientale 'Coral Reef'™

    A chance discovery on T&M research grounds led to the introduction of this attractive color never seen before in Oriental poppies from seed! Large, vibrant flowers 5in across, of intense and vivid coral pink on strong stems, flowering over a long period. A must for any border. Z4-9. 24-30in. Germination: 14-30 days, 50-85F. Loamy soil.

  • Poppy orientale 'Fruit Punch'

    Poppy orientale 'Fruit Punch'

    This gorgeous mixture of enchanting, large 5in silky, ruffled blooms is weather resistant, will not flop and stands above strong, dark green foliage. 'Fruit Punch' comes in a range of captivating shades of vibrant reds, hot pinks, bright oranges and the often elusive plum shades normally found only in 'Patty's Plum', with each bloom hosting a distinctive deep black center. This long-lasting perennial will look a knockout in borders or as a cut flower. Z4-9. 24-30in. Germination: 14-30 days, 50-85F. Loamy soil.

  • Poppy paeoniflorum 'Black Paeony'

    Poppy paeoniflorum 'Black Paeony'

    The fascination of black or dark flowers continues with this stunning, large, fully double poppy in deepest red. 36in. Germination: 14-30 days, 50-85F. Loamy soil.

  • Poppy paeoniflorum 'OOH LA LA'

    Poppy paeoniflorum 'OOH LA LA'

    Once you see these exquisite, large 3-4in fully double flower heads you will stand in astonishment at their outstanding range of bright clear colors as they stand proudly above glaucous green foliage. Easy to grow, ideal sown in drifts, adding color and height to annual borders followed by large, attractive seed heads. Germination: 14-30 days, 50-86F. Loamy soil. 3ft.

  • Poppy Park's Black Peony

    Poppy Park's Black Peony

    Indescribably elegant, the blooms on this new Peony-flowered Poppy are just incredible in a large garden planting or indoor arrangement! Fully 4 to 5 inches across, they are jam-packed with ruffled, whorled petals of deepest maroon, so dark that they appear black!Blooming begins in July, and is followed by handsome seedpods that are superb ornaments in dried arrangements. The plants reach 4 feet tall and spread 12 inches wide.This Poppy is extremely easy to grow. For early summer show, sow direct either in late fall, winter, or even early spring! Best in areas where summers are cool or dry; not…

  • Poppy Park's Peony Frosted Salmon

    Poppy Park's Peony Frosted Salmon

    Stunning petal-packed blooms of creamy salmon look more like fancy Peonies or even Roses than the humble Poppy! A full 4 to 5 inches across, Park's Peony Frosted Salmon's flowers have the highest petal-per-inch count of any Poppy we know. The blooms arise on erect, sturdy stems on plants 2 to 4 feet tall and about a foot wide in the sunny garden.Frosted Salmon's interest doesn't end after the long summer bloom season. Harvest the fascinating seedpods for dried arrangements; they are highly ornamental. Frosted Salmon is a great choice for the bed, border, or any naturalized setting in full…

  • Poppy Park's Pink Peony

    Poppy Park's Pink Peony

    Huge powderpuffs of clearest pink, bobbing in the summer sunlight on long, sturdy stems . . . the garden holds few sights as glorious as Park's Peony Poppy Pink in full bloom! This is the showiest Poppy I have ever grown, yet it's as easy as can be, and even reblooms reliably for an entire summer's worth of cutflowers and garden glory!Indescribably elegant, the blooms on this new Peony-flowered Poppy are fully 4 inches across. Jam-packed with ruffled, whorled petals of bright, clear pink, they really do look just like a Peony, yet have the carefree habit of a sun-loving…

  • Poppy rhoeas 'Angels Choir Mixed'™

    Poppy rhoeas 'Angels Choir Mixed'™

    Glorious mixture of exquisite, double-flowered poppies. In soft colors, from whites to apricots and oranges. 24-30in. Germination: 14-30 days, 50-85F. Loamy soil.

  • Poppy rhoeas'Bridal White'

    Poppy rhoeas'Bridal White'

    Rarely seen, pure white field poppies. The simple purity of this single color makes a dramatic display when sown in drifts in borders in the autumn or spring. 24-30in. Germination: 14-30 days, 50-85F. Loamy soil.

  • Poppy somniferum 'Lilac Candy Floss'

    Poppy somniferum 'Lilac Candy Floss'

    Huge, 3-4in fully double flower heads stand proudly above glaucous foliage followed by large, attractive seed heads. Best sown in large drifts as an easy-to-grow border filler that adds height and interest to the garden. Germination: 14-30 days, 50-85F. Loamy soil. 24-36in.

  • Poppy, Breadseed

    Poppy, Breadseed

    SECTION: Flowers, Poppy, Papever somniferum A beautiful big flower that also yields an amazing number of seeds for breads, cakes, muffins, and other dishes. Smooth gray scalloped leaves, pink/purple/red flowers and big decorative seedheads. Sow in early spring, harvest in summer. One packet will plant 100 sq ft SEEDS PER PACKET: 500 SOURCE CODE: N

  • Poppy, California

    Poppy, California

    SECTION: Flowers, Poppy, Eschscholzia californica Rich golden satiny flowers 2"wide, and silvery, fernlike leaves on 8-24” plants. Tolerates light frost and drought, blooms all summer with minimal water. Non-narcotic sedative, tea for coughs. One packet will plant 25-50 sq ft DAYS TO MAT: 60 SEEDS PER PACKET: 1000 SOURCE CODE: C PACKET LABEL INSTRUCTIONS: Doesn't transplant well, sow directly into bed. Unless very severe Winter, sow in early Fall for germination in following Spring. Like light soils all the way into the sandy range. Need good drainage. Give a little humus when preparing bed. Likes full sun & lots of…

  • Poppy, Shirley

    Poppy, Shirley

    SECTION: Flowers, Poppy, Papever rhoeas 50 days. Gorgeous and easy to grow. We have had many requests for these. The petals are like silk, in many colors and color blends, both double and single-flowered. Mix the seed with sand and scatter on a well-raked bed in very early spring (or fall if winters are mild). You'll have a beautiful stand of flowers in June. SOURCE CODE: C

  • Poppy-Black Peony

    Poppy-Black Peony

    Papaver paeoniflorum These poppies will stir your imagination, sparking new and exciting landscaping ideas. Big double blooms are heavily set with tight ruffled petals. Stunning dark purple peony-shaped flowers reach 5 inches across! One glance, and Black Peony's radiant color will catch and hold your eye. Plants grow to 4 feet. Germination code: (4) In the same family as California Poppy, and primarily native to the Old World, these poppies are graced with more abundant foliage and larger flowers. They bloom from mid to late-summer, and the season can be extended if they are kept dead-headed. Will self sow.

  • Poppy-California Mission Bells

    Poppy-California Mission Bells

    Eschscholzia californica Semi-double mix of pretty bicolored flowers in orange, red, white and gold. Attractive, finely cut gray-green foliage. Very hardy and drought tolerant. Height: 16 inches. Germination code: (4) Commonly known as California Poppy, these simple flowers are native to western North America and bring endless enjoyment. Sow in the spring for blooms all summer long. Sow in the fall and yours will be the first to bloom in spring. Will self sow. An outstanding border plant.

  • Poppy-California Orange

    Poppy-California Orange

    Eschscholzia californica This is the true orange California Poppy. Although common, this is a favorite of gardeners throughout the West. Very attractive cultivated in flower beds, and especially nice when naturalized along driveways and in fields. Height: 8-12 inches. Germination code: (4) Commonly known as California Poppy, these simple flowers are native to western North America and bring endless enjoyment. Sow in the spring for blooms all summer long. Sow in the fall and yours will be the first to bloom in spring. Will self sow. An outstanding border plant.

  • Poppy-Falling In Love

    Poppy-Falling In Love

    The exquisite red Flanders Poppy that symbolized the fallen soldiers of World War I can be yours in a bright, large-flowered mixture of semi- and fully doubles! All shades of red -- carmine, crimson, scarlet, rose -- plus coral, pink, and white combine in solid and bicolored form to create the most cheerful and attention-getting cut flowers ever. And they're so easy to grow -- just sow the seeds directly into the soil in spring or fall and wait for the blooms!This Dutch introduction offers rich, watercolor shades hard to find elsewhere in the garden. Cupped and rounded, the 3-inch…

    Papaver rhoeas It will be love at first sight with these beauties. Held atop 30-inch stems, the delicate, semi-double and double blooms are a mix of picotees and bicolors in rose, salmon and coral. They were one of the first poppies to bloom at our trial grounds and will surely win your heart! Re-seeds readily. Germination code: (4) In the same family as California Poppy, and primarily native to the Old World, these poppies are graced with more abundant foliage and larger flowers. They bloom from mid to late-summer, and the season can be extended if they are kept dead-headed.…

  • Poppy-Flemish Antique

    Poppy-Flemish Antique

    Papaver paeoniflorum This is a very old, very rare variety and we are proud to be able to offer it. Large 2 1/2-3 inch single and double flowers of the richest dark pastel shades. Crepe-like petals of reds, browns, golds and salmons come together to form some of the most magnificently regal colors known to the poppy family. These plants can grow to 25 inches and will self sow. Germination code: (4) In the same family as California Poppy, and primarily native to the Old World, these poppies are graced with more abundant foliage and larger flowers. They bloom from…

  • Poppy-Jelly Beans

    Poppy-Jelly Beans

    Eschscholzia californica Jelly Beans is one of the brightest, most irresistible of the California poppies that we've grown. Absolutely bursting with vibrant, sugary colors. Sweet and tempting semi-double blooms have splashes of bubble gum pink, lemon yellow and raspberry red against feathery, silver-blue foliage. Height: 8–12 inches. Germination code: (4) Commonly known as California Poppy, these simple flowers are native to western North America and bring endless enjoyment. Sow in the spring for blooms all summer long. Sow in the fall and yours will be the first to bloom in spring. Will self sow. An outstanding border plant.

  • Poppy-Lilac Pompom

    Poppy-Lilac Pompom

    Papaver paeoniflorum We were captivated at our flower trials by the staggering beauty of Lilac Pompom. Emerging from the mounding, blue-gray foliage, nodding buds rise and awaken, bursting with full, double flowers in muted lilac. These feathery, fringed blooms offer a delicate textural contrast when paired with bold foliage plants and deeply hued flowers. Grows to 24-36 inches tall.

  • Poppy-Red Chief

    Poppy-Red Chief

    Eschscholzia californica A brilliant crimson version of the California Poppy. The blooms are accented by a dark center and a vivid blend of red and orange. The attractive blue-green lacy foliage is offset by a slight purple tint. Planted alone or with orange California Poppies, it's a real show stopper. Easy to grow, naturalizes well and is very drought tolerant. Height: 12–18 inches. Germination code: (4) Commonly known as California Poppy, these simple flowers are native to western North America and bring endless enjoyment. Sow in the spring for blooms all summer long. Sow in the fall and yours will…

  • Poppy-Rosa Romantica

    Poppy-Rosa Romantica

    Eschscholzia californica This mind-bending flower merges the form and beauty of a rose into one breathtaking California poppy! Streaks of soft pinks and salmony-fuchsia overlay creamy white on each elaborately painted petal in these clustered flowers. This is one of the most lavishly decorative poppies we've seen, and they make a spectacular show in the summer garden. Height: 10-14 inches.

  • Poppy-Shirley Double

    Poppy-Shirley Double

    Papaver rhoeas This 2-3 foot poppy is truly a prize. Bears mostly double 3-4 inch crinkly blossoms in bright red, salmon, pure white, and light pink. Very delicate in appearance, and long lasting as a cut flower if the cut end is burned immediately with a match. Height: 32 inches. Sow successively for bloom from spring through summer. Germination code: (4) In the same family as California Poppy, and primarily native to the Old World, these poppies are graced with more abundant foliage and larger flowers. They bloom from mid to late-summer, and the season can be extended if they…

  • Poppy-Thai Silk Formula Mix

    Poppy-Thai Silk Formula Mix

    Eschscholzia californica This mix is the fanciest of the California poppies. The flowers are semi-double with fluted petals and a silky, chiffon-like texture. The finely divided, gray-green foliage sets off a summer-long display of shimmering, 3-inch, jewel-tone blooms. The vivid colors range from sunny yellows and tangerines to magenta. Breathtaking in massed plantings or containers, and it is easy to grow from seed. Height: 10-14 inches. Germination code: (4) Commonly known as California Poppy, these simple flowers are native to western North America and bring endless enjoyment. Sow in the spring for blooms all summer long. Sow in the fall…

  • Royal Wedding Papaver orientale Oriental Poppy Plant

    Royal Wedding Papaver orientale Oriental Poppy Plant

    The "goes with anything," "steals the show all by itself" Oriental Poppy you MUST grow this year! 'Royal Wedding' is a spectacle in black and white, with huge blooms (lightly creased like crepe paper!) and a fascinating central pattern of golden-brown and black. Perfect for cut flowers or for a "summer snowstorm" in the sunny garden, 'Royal Wedding' is a sight to behold!These blooms are so showy, with pure white petals and 5 black marks -- sort of like footprints in the snow -- radiating out from the large, interesting center. The flowers measure 5 to 8 inches across and…

    The "goes with anything," "steals the show all by itself" Oriental Poppy you MUST grow this year! 'Royal Wedding' is a spectacle in black and white, with huge blooms (lightly creased like crepe paper!) and a fascinating central pattern of golden-brown and black. Perfect for cut flowers or for a "summer snowstorm" in the sunny garden, 'Royal Wedding' is a sight to behold!These blooms are so showy, with pure white petals and 5 black marks -- sort of like footprints in the snow -- radiating out from the large, interesting center. The flowers measure 5 to 8 inches across and…

  • White Ruffles Papaver orientale Oriental Poppy Plant

    White Ruffles Papaver orientale Oriental Poppy Plant

    Plant Patent 18,643. At last, a solution to the Poppy problem in the windy or rainy spring garden: shorter, stronger stems! 'White Ruffles' is a Dutch introduction standing only 16 inches high, yet it sports the same giant 4- to 5-inch flowers you see on Oriental Poppies twice its height. Watch it shake off rough weather without any staking or tying!These blooms are pure white, with very deeply serrated, frizzly petals surrounding a large black central spot. Breathtaking for garden or vase, they are long-stemmed -- just not nearly AS long-stemmed as their 3-foot cousins! You get the same rich…

    Plant Patent 18,643. At last, a solution to the Poppy problem in the windy or rainy spring garden: shorter, stronger stems! 'White Ruffles' is a Dutch introduction standing only 16 inches high, yet it sports the same giant 4- to 5-inch flowers you see on Oriental Poppies twice its height. Watch it shake off rough weather without any staking or tying!These blooms are pure white, with very deeply serrated, frizzly petals surrounding a large black central spot. Breathtaking for garden or vase, they are long-stemmed -- just not nearly AS long-stemmed as their 3-foot cousins! You get the same rich…

  • Wild Flanders Poppy Papaver rhoeas 'Flanders'

    Wild Flanders Poppy Papaver rhoeas 'Flanders'

    Recreate the British countryside with this traditional wild, red cornfield poppy. 18-24in.