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Image of Papaver nudicaule photo by: Maureen Gilmer

Maureen Gilmer

(Iceland Poppy)

The low, large-flowered, delightfully delicate poppies that go under this name are favorites for fall planting and winter bloom in frost-free regions, adding vivid color to the year’s shortest days. Extremely hardy short-lived perennials native to subarctic regions, they are adapted for fast growth and flowering during short growing seasons. This adaptation makes them ideal for gardens in high mountain regions or the far north, where they are planted in spring and bloom in summer. Many seed-grown...

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Jessie Keith

(Champagne Bubbles Iceland Poppy, Iceland Poppy)

The low, large-flowered, delightfully delicate poppies that go under the name Papaver nudicaule are favorites for fall planting and winter bloom in frost-free regions, adding vivid color to the year’s shortest days. The seed-grown strain 'Champagne Bubbles' bears sparkling flowers in often pastel shades of orange, pink, scarlet, apricot, yellow and white.

Extremely hardy short-lived perennials native to subarctic regions, Iceland poppies are adapted for fast growth and flowering during...

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Yoder Brothers

(Garden Gnome Iceland Poppy, Iceland Poppy)

The low, large-flowered, delightfully delicate poppies that go under the name Papaver nudicaule are favorites for fall planting and winter bloom in frost-free regions, adding vivid color to the year’s shortest days. A seed-grown strain bearing showy flowers on compact stems, 'Garden Gnome' blooms in bright shades of pink, red, orange-red, yellow, and salmon.

Extremely hardy short-lived perennials native to subarctic regions, Iceland poppies are adapted for fast growth and flowering during...

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Ernst Benary® Inc.

(Iceland Poppy, Pacino Iceland Poppy)

The low, large-flowered, delightfully delicate poppies that go under the name Papaver nudicaule are favorites for fall planting and winter bloom in frost-free regions, adding vivid color to the year’s shortest days. A seed-grown strain bearing soft yellow flowers on dwarf stems, 'Pacino' makes a charming addition to rock and patio gardens.

Extremely hardy short-lived perennials native to subarctic regions, Iceland poppies are adapted for fast growth and flowering during short growing...

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Syngenta

(Iceland Poppy, Wonderland Iceland Poppy)

A dwarf cultivar of this short-lived, tufted perennial, ‘Wonderland’ has short-stalked, brightly colored flowers in, red, orange, yellow, and white. It thrives in cool weather and is starting to be used as a winter-blooming plant for the South. It will always remain popular in more northern regions for its gorgeous, papery blooms. Good drainage is a must.

Image of Papaver nudicaule var. croceum photo by: Maureen Gilmer

Maureen Gilmer

(Iceland Poppy)

The low, large-flowered, delightfully delicate poppies that go under this name are favorites for fall planting and winter bloom in frost-free regions, adding vivid color to the year’s shortest days. Extremely hardy short-lived perennials native to subarctic regions, they are adapted for fast growth and flowering during short growing seasons. This adaptation makes them ideal for gardens in high mountain regions or the far north, where they are planted in spring and bloom in summer. Many seed-grown...

Image of Papaver orientale photo by: James H. Schutte

James H. Schutte

(Oriental Poppy)

The glowing orange-red, delicately textured flowers of oriental poppies are one of the floral highlights of the late spring, early summer garden. Western Asian in origin, these hardy herbaceous perennials come in several color variants many of which are believed to be hybrids with the Iranian poppy (Papaver bracteatum). In the wild, these are meadow plants that grow well in locations with average to good fertility and sharp drainage.

In spring, oriental poppies put forth a rosette of...

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TL

(Allegro Oriental Poppy, Oriental Poppy)

Papaver orientale, commonly called oriental poppy, is a clump-forming perennial native to eastern Europe and western Asia that blooms in early summer. The cultivar 'Allegro' is a dwarf selection with magnificent orange-red blooms borne on long stems that dance above toothed hairy leaves. Its foliage dies back after plants bloom and then re-emerges in the fall. Provide these plants with full to part sun and well drained average soil. Plant them in clusters in mixed beds

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James H. Schutte

(Beauty of Livermere Oriental Poppy, Oriental Poppy)

Flaunting large crimson-scarlet blooms on some of the tallest stems in the oriental poppy tribe, 'Beauty of Livermere' is among the most venerable and popular of the many cultivars that go under the name Papaver orientale (although many are actually hybrids with another West Asian poppy, P. bracteatum). The brilliant blooms of this spectacular herbaceous perennial are one of the highlights of the late spring and early summer garden. It is often grown from seed, resulting in...

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Yoder Brothers

(Brilliant Oriental Poppy, Oriental Poppy)

One of the highlights of the late spring and early summer border, oriental poppies are selections or hybrids of the West Asian native Papaver orientale. The aptly named 'Brilliant' bears huge glowing orange-red flowers with black central blotches. It is often grown from seed, resulting in some variation.

Remarkable not only for their size and hue but also for their crinkled tissue-like texture, the glorious bowl-shaped flowers open from fat green globular buds atop tall prickly stems....