An iconic, cottage garden perennials, yet with origins far away, the classic large flowered poppy with its characteristic black blotch in the centre is followed by statuesque seed heads that add longer season interest.
One of the more unusual varieties, Patty's Plum is noted for its blousy, pinkish purple ruffled blooms that look like antique silk and its coarse, bristly leaves that provide a great backdrop for other plants.
A real low maintenance, easy plant to grow, these poppies make a bold statement when planted as a group or as individual specimens.
A very tough, hardy and robust perennial, the Oriental Poppy dies back underground each winter, and emerges bigger and better for years to come.
Supplied as a plant in a 9cm pots to plant out straight into your garden. Height 9cm x 6cm, flowering May - June.
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