Poppy Seeds

Annual Poppy seeds can be sown in the late Fall in zones 6 and up or in the very early Spring zones 3 and up.  Work the ground well, scatter the seeds and pat down.  Do not cover as they need light to germinate.  Mist with water.  Breadseed Poppies and Shirley Poppies will self seed very easily.  They bloom in June and July until the weather gets hot.  Seeds can be saved and sown the next year.   To harvest the seeds, wait until the pods turn brown and the vent holes open at the top.     


Shirley Poppy (Rhoeas)

Packet of 200 seeds mixed  Pandora, Angel's Choir and       Can Can

$5

Shirley Poppy (Rhoeas)

Packet of 200 seeds mixed  Pandora, Angel's Choir and       Can Can

$5

Shirley Poppy (Rhoeas)

Packet of 200 seeds mixed  Pandora, Angel's Choir and       Can Can

$5

Shirley Poppy (Rhoeas)

Packet of 200 seeds mixed  Pandora, Angel's Choir and       Can Can

$5

Breadseed Poppy (Somniferum)

Packet of 200 seeds mixed  Elka White, Drama Queen, Hungarian Blue, Candy Floss, Cherry Glow and Pink Peony

$5


Breadseed Poppy (Somniferum)

Packet of 200 seeds mixed  Elka White, Drama Queen, Hungarian Blue, Candy Floss, Cherry Glow and Pink Peony

$5


Breadseed Poppy (Somniferum)

Packet of 200 seeds mixed  Elka White, Drama Queen, Hungarian Blue, Candy Floss, Cherry Glow and Pink Peony

$5

Breadseed Poppy (Somniferum)

Packet of 200 seeds mixed  Elka White, Drama Queen, Hungarian Blue, Candy Floss, Cherry Glow and Pink Peony

$5