The newest and, one could say, the most extraordinary variety of “Corn Poppy” we’ve seen so far! Diaphanous, single to semi-double 3” flowers appear in a range of unexpected silvery-lavender spectral shades of grey. Fast-growing to 30” x 24”, you’ll get a mass of bloom from mid-Spring to mid-Summer – especially with deadheading. Loved by bees and butterflies, they make quite sophisticated cut flowers (burn stem ends to extend vase life). Can be planted up to mid to late Spring. Rich, well-drained soil for best show. Fascinating planted in groups mid-bed and in containers (5+ gal). Self-sows! Deer resistant.