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(Burning Heat Oriental Poppy, Oriental Poppy)

Bearing bright purplish-pink poppies with red centers, 'Burning Heart' is among the newest and most unusual of the many cultivars that go under the name Papaver orientale (many of which are actually hybrids with another West Asian poppy, P. bracteatum). The luminous blooms of this spectacular herbaceous perennial are one of the highlights of the late spring and early summer garden.

Remarkable not only for their size and hue but also for their crinkled tissue-like texture,...

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Jesse Saylor

(Oriental Poppy, Pink 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 voluptuous soft salmon-pink flowers of 'Carneum' offer a subtler alternative to the brash flowers of most oriental poppies. A seed-grown cultivar, it may vary somewhat in color and height.

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

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Jesse Saylor

(Castagnette 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 compact stems and relatively small, soft brick-red flowers of 'Castagnette' make it an ideal choice for tight spaces.

Remarkable not only for their hue but also for their crinkled tissue-like texture, the glorious bowl-shaped flowers open from fat globular buds atop prickly stems. The petals bear a black basal blotch and center...

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James H. Schutte

(Coral Reef Oriental Poppy, 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...

(Curlilocks 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 enormous orange-red flowers of the cultivar 'Curlilocks' are ornamented with a jagged fringe, giving it novelty as well as flamboyance.

Remarkable not only for their fringed margins but also for their crinkled tissue-like texture, the glorious bowl-shaped flowers open from fat globular buds atop tall prickly stems. The petals bear...

(Fancy Feathers 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 flower petals of the cultivar 'Fancy Feathers' are colored and ruffled like a flamingo's wing, bringing a new look to the oriental poppy tribe.

Remarkable not only for their feathery margins but also for their crinkled tissue-like texture, the glorious bowl-shaped flowers open from fat globular buds atop prickly knee-high stems....

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Jesse Saylor

(Flamingo 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. As flashy as its avian namesake, 'Flamingo' bears huge white flowers with ruffled orange rims.

Remarkable not only for their size and hue but also for their crinkled tissue-like texture, the glorious bowl-shaped flowers open from fat globular buds atop tall prickly stems. The petals center on a large knob-like ovary crowned by a scalloped...

(Harvest Moon Oriental Poppy, Oriental Poppy)

Bearing enormous deep orange fully double flowers, 'Harvest Moon' is among the most novel and spectacular of the many poppy cultivars that go under the name Papaver orientale (many of which are actually hybrids with another West Asian poppy, P. bracteatum). The luminous blooms of this striking herbaceous perennial are one of the highlights of the late spring and early summer garden.

Remarkable not only for their size and hue but also for their crinkled tissue-like texture,...

Image of Papaver orientale

James H. Schutte

(Oriental Poppy)

Papaver orientale, commonly called oriental poppy, is a clump-forming perennial native to eastern Europe and western Asia that blooms profusely in early summer. Magnificent single, orange-red blooms with black blotches dance above the finely divided, hairy leaves in the species, but many different cultivars offer colors ranging from almost white through oranges, reds, and shades of purple. They can grow 18 to 36 inches tall and 24 inches wide. Foliage dies back after bloom and regrows in the fall....

(Oriental Poppy)

One of the highlights of the late spring and early summer perennial border, oriental poppies are selections or hybrids of the West Asian native Papaver orientale. Bearing immense soft salmon-pink flowers on relatively compact stems, 'Karine' offers a subtler alternative to the brash blooms of most other oriental poppies.

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