Advanced Search Filters

Plant Type
Hardiness Zone
Heat Zone
Sunset Zone
Function
Sun Exposure
Soil Moisture
Water Requirement

Plants Matching usda hardiness zone 3

Returned 3509 results. Page 265 of 351.

Image of Papaver orientale

Yoder Brothers

(Oriental Poppy, Prinzessin Victoria Louise Oriental Poppy)

Long prized for its immense rich salmon-pink flowers, 'Prinzessin Victoria Louise' is among the most familiar 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 satiny blooms of this striking herbaceous perennial are one of the highlights of the late spring and early summer garden. It is often grown from seed, resulting in some variation.

Remarkable not only for their...

(Oriental Poppy, Queen Alexandra Poppy)

Dazzling stalwarts of the late spring and early summer perennial border, oriental poppies are selections or hybrids of the West Asian native Papaver orientale. A pastel alternative to the brash hues of most oriental poppy cultivars, 'Queen Alexandra' bears immense salmon-pink flowers with black central blotches. It is usually grown from seed, resulting in variation.

Remarkable not only for their magnitude and color but also for their crinkled tissue-like texture, the glorious bowl-shaped...

(Oriental Poppy)

‘Raspberry Queen’ oriental poppies are clump-forming perennials with finely divided, hairy leaves that bloom profusely in early summer. Magnificent raspberry-colored blooms have darker streaks and lack the basal black blotch common to oriental poppies. They grow best in well-draining garden loam in full sun. Foliage dies back after bloom and regrows in the fall. Several plants massed together create a stunning display.

Image of Papaver orientale

Ball® Horticultural Company

(Oriental Poppy)

Dazzling stalwarts of the late spring and early summer perennial border, oriental poppies are selections or hybrids of the West Asian native Papaver orientale. A snowy alternative to the hot reds and oranges of most other oriental poppy cultivars, 'Royal Wedding' bears immense white flowers with black-purple central blotches.

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

Image of Papaver orientale

Jessie Keith

(Oriental Poppy, Scarlett O'Hara Oriental Poppy)

The scarlet-orange blooms of 'Scarlett O’Hara' are exceptionally large and pretty. They appear in late spring to early summer atop vigorous compact plants and bloom longer than average Oriental poppies. This patented cultivar was bred by Gerardus Oudshoorn in The Netherlands and introduced by Future Plants Licentie.

This clump-forming perennial produces hairy green deeply toothed leaves in spring. In late spring to early summer it offers leafless stems topped with bulbous buds surrounded by two...

Image of Papaver orientale

Gerald L. Klingaman

(Oriental Poppy, Türkenlouis Oriental Poppy)

Dazzling stalwarts of the late spring and early summer perennial border, oriental poppies are selections or hybrids of the West Asian native Papaver orientale. With their brilliant red color and their shredded petal tips, the flowers of the cultivar 'Türkenlouis' are doubly eye-catching. The huge flowers are further ornamented with black central blotches.

Remarkable not only for their form and color but also for their crinkled tissue-like texture, the glorious bowl-shaped flowers open...

(Oriental Poppy, Turkish Delight Oriental Poppy)

Dazzling stalwarts of the late spring and early summer perennial border, oriental poppies are selections or hybrids of the West Asian native Papaver orientale. The sumptuous flowers of 'Turkish Delight' depart from the oriental poppy norm both in their pale salmon pink hue and in their unblotched petals.

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

Image of Papaver orientale

Jesse Saylor

(Oriental Poppy)

Dazzling stalwarts of the late spring and early summer perennial border, oriental poppies are selections or hybrids of the West Asian native Papaver orientale. Named for the luscious rosy pink hue of its enormous flowers, 'Watermelon' departs from the brash tones of most oriental poppies. Large black blotches decorate the flower's center.

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

Image of Papaver orientale (Pizzicato Mix) photo by: Ball® Horticultural Company

Ball® Horticultural Company

(Oriental Poppy, Pizzicato Oriental Poppy)

Dazzling stalwarts of the late spring and early summer perennial border, oriental poppies are selections or hybrids of the West Asian native Papaver orientale. A prolifically blooming seed-grown strain that spans the entire color range (red, scarlet, orange, salmon, mauve, pink and white) of oriental poppies, 'Pizzicato' carries its immense flowers on sturdy semi-dwarf stems that rarely need staking.

Remarkable not only for their magnitude and color but also for their crinkled tissue-like...

Image of Parthenocissus quinquefolia photo by: Russell Stafford

Russell Stafford

(Virginia Creeper)

This North American native can be quite vigorous and will cover a stone wall or fence in no time.

Virginia creeper is a tough woody vine that clings to surfaces via spidery tendrils tipped with flattened adhesive pads called holdfasts. In the wild, it is found across much of eastern North America from Maine to Florida eastward into Texas where it exists in forests and rambles up trees. It is deciduous and has deep green palm-shaped compound leaves with five leaflets (quinquefolia means "five-leaved")....