An iconic cottage garden perennial with origins far away, this classic large flowered poppy boasts a characteristic black blotch in the centre followed by statuesque seed heads that add season-long interest.
One of the more unusual varieties, 'Patty's Plum' is known for its blousy, pinkish purple ruffled blooms that look like antique silk. Its coarse, bristly leaves provide a great backdrop for other planted beauties.
A real low maintenance and 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, this oriental poppy dies back underground each winter and emerges bigger and better for years to come.
Supplied as three bare roots.
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