Red Corn Poppy

$25.00 per lb.

A hardy annual native to Europe, and best known for World War One memorials, the Red Corn Poppy, or Flanders Poppy, displays large, bright red blooms 2-4 inches in size.

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Weight 1 lbs
Dimensions 6 × 6 × 6 in
Botanical Name

Papaver rhoeas

Life Cycle

Annual

Seeding Rate

2 lbs. per acre

Germination

10 – 30 days

Soil

Fertile, well-drained soil

Exposure

Full Sun

Sowing Depth

1/16”

Height

2 – 3 feet

Blooming Period

April – June

Flower Color

Red

A hardy annual native to Europe, and best known for World War One memorials, the Red Corn Poppy (Papaver rhoeas), or Flanders Poppy, displays large, bright red blooms 2-4 inches in size. Stems that support the large flowers are slender and hairy with finely dissected foliage. Massed plantings create bold, vivid color contrast in the landscape. Plants perform best if seeded in the fall for the southeastern region of the United States.

Known for its fame in “Flanders Fields” and is extremely showy plant. Fall planting is recommended in mid-Atlantic and southeast regions.

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