Papaver rhoeas
'Pandora'

Papaver rhoeas Pandora

An exciting new selection of "Corn Poppy" that blew us away! A plentiful bloomer with 3" semi-double flowers appearing for several months in Spring, 'Pandora' raises the bar for unique color patterning. Each plant is one-of-a-kind, with most displaying stripes and speckles of cherry, vintage burgundy, and plum against a silvery-lavender or white background. What's more, they color shift with age. Occasional solid colors appear and when they self-sow, you'll see lots of variations next Spring. Extra glorious when planted in groups, so they're really EASY in the garden or in a container (10+ gal.), just love them with well-drained composted soil for best show and deadhead to extend bloom. To 30" x 24". Deer resistant!

Annie

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