Poppy

The sheer papery petals of the subfamily Papaveroideae mean that poppies don't last long as a cut flower, but in the garden, when a breeze ruffles them, that same quality gives them a downright magical quality. Plus, after the ephemeral flowers fade, the big seed pods make intriguing ornamental accents—or a convenient way to collect the tasty and nutritious seeds you know and love! To germinate, poppy seeds need cold. Sow them in winter or very early spring. Alternatively, start indoors in early spring. The seeds also need light, so press them into the soil without covering them.

Poppies

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Black Beauty Poppy

Certified Organic

Single and double blooms in deep, dark tones.

$3.85

Mother of Pearl Poppy

Certified Organic

Abundant, luminescent blooms.

$4.49

Shirley Single Poppy Mix

Blooms early in shades of pink & red; self sows wonderfully.

from $3.35

Mikado California Poppy

Bright red-orange flowers with silver foliage.

from $3.35

Carmine King California Poppy

Rosy-fuchsia poppies with golden centers.

from $3.35

$2.95

White Linen California Poppy

Delicate white petals with yellow centers.

from $3.35

$2.95

Breadseed Poppy Mix

Certified Organic

Brief beauty, long-lasting health.

$4.49

Hungarian Blue Breadseed Poppy

Certified Organic

Brief beauty, long-lasting health.

from $3.35

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Antique Flemish Poppy

Certified Organic

Delightfully puffy blooms in pink and white.

from $3.85

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Scarlet Peony Poppy

Certified Organic

Richly-colored, many-petaled, huge splendors of flowers

from $3.35

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Pink Moon Poppy

Certified Organic

Bright pink sturdy blooms attract all the bees!

from $3.85