Papaver Rhoeas commonly known as ‘Corn Poppy’. This flowering species is easy to grow mixture and contains a colorful blend of red, pink, white, and double poppies, creating an eye-catching statement in the summer garden. Like all red poppies, this mix is deer resistant, attractive to pollinators and blooms exceptionally long time. Can be successfully planted in any region. Native to Europe and Asia, but has introduced with subsequent naturalization occurring in a number of locations in the western, central and eastern parts of the America.
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Scientific Name: Papaver Rhoeas
Common Name: Corn Poppy, Single Mixed
Plant Type: Annual
Native Range: Europe and Asia
Height: 12 to 30 "
Spread: 6 to 8 "
Habitat: Roadsides, Meadows, Gardens
Zone: 3 to 9
Exposure: Full Sun
Blooming Season: Late Spring, Early Fall
Attracts: Butterflies, Bees
Resistant: Drought, Deer
Characteristics: Cut flowers, Showy, Fragrant
Flower Color: Mixed colors, White, Red, Pink
Water Requirement: Needs water daily
Soil Type: Light (sandy), Medium (loamy), Heavy (clay)
Soil pH: Acid, Neutral and Basic (Alkaline)
Advantage: Easy to grow
Uses: Medicine for breathing disorder, cough, pain and other conditions