The Mixed Corn Poppy (Papaver rhoeas) is a hardy annual native to Europe that displays large white, red and pink blooms 2-4 inches in diameter. Stems that support the large flower are slender and hairy with finely dissected foliage. Massed plantings create bold, vivid color contrast. Plants perform best if planted in fall for the southeastern region of the United States.
Very similar to the Flanders Poppy with same growing requirements. Fall planting is recommended in the mid-Atlantic and southeast.