Poppy Falling in Love Seeds

P. rhoeas
Flanders Poppy
Annual
Cut Flower

More Information
HarvestingHarvest when Mature, Good for Cutting, Cut & Come Again
Growing ConditionsField Crop, Grows Well in Containers
Additional CharacteristicsCold Tolerant, Easy to Grow, Early Harvest, Fast Growing
Flowering MonthMay, June, July, August
Garden StyleCutting / Cut Flowers, English Cottage, Romantic, Victorian
Lighting ConditionsFull Sun, Partial Sun
Seed TypeOpen Pollinated
Days to Maturity85 Days
Stem TypeSingle Stem
Plant HardinessHalf Hardy
Plant Height16 - 20 inches
Plant LifecycleAnnual
Plant Moisture & ClimateWell-drained
Plant UsesCut Flower & Bouquets, Sustains Beneficial Insects, Attracts Friendly Pollinators, Patio Container Friendly, Bedding, Ornamental, Landscape
ShapeDisk
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SKU
RP2580-8567

Poppy Falling in Love is a romantic blend of single, but mostly bi-colored, semi and fully double blooms in intoxicating shades of pink, red, rose, coral and white. 3" inch cupped blossoms float effortlessly on top of 15" to 18" inch graceful, wiry stems. They appear to dance in the breeze and are truly magical when planted in mass.

The red poppy in this mix, adopted by the American Legion after World War One as the commemorative flower for all fallen soldiers, is worn on November 11th, Remembrance Day. Made popular by the famed poem “In Flanders Field”, this red beauty is sometimes called a Flanders Poppy. At the end of WWI, there actually were fields of this Mediterranean wildflower, which grew even in the desolate aftermath of battles, but dramatic changes in plant life have now diminished their growth.

Falling in Love Poppies now intentionally grace gardens all around the world and are noted for their exceptional watercolor floral effect. Long stems help make these a favorite cut flower, even despite their short vase life. Deadheading and cutting blooms will bring on additional flowers and prolong the blooming season.

Easy to grow from seed, this variety loves a sunny location with well-drained soil and freely self-sows. Packet: approx. 200 seeds.

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Poppy Falling in Love is a romantic blend of single, but mostly bi-colored, semi and fully double blooms in intoxicating shades of pink, red, rose, coral and white. 3" inch cupped blossoms float effortlessly on top of 15" to 18" inch graceful, wiry stems. They appear to dance in the breeze and are truly magical when planted in mass.

The red poppy in this mix, adopted by the American Legion after World War One as the commemorative flower for all fallen soldiers, is worn on November 11th, Remembrance Day. Made popular by the famed poem “In Flanders Field”, this red beauty is sometimes called a Flanders Poppy. At the end of WWI, there actually were fields of this Mediterranean wildflower, which grew even in the desolate aftermath of battles, but dramatic changes in plant life have now diminished their growth.

Falling in Love Poppies now intentionally grace gardens all around the world and are noted for their exceptional watercolor floral effect. Long stems help make these a favorite cut flower, even despite their short vase life. Deadheading and cutting blooms will bring on additional flowers and prolong the blooming season.

Easy to grow from seed, this variety loves a sunny location with well-drained soil and freely self-sows. Packet: approx. 200 seeds.

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