Poppy, Oriental ‘Princess Victoria Louise’
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Oriental Poppies provide a cheerful display of huge, satiny flowers in late spring and early summer. Plants form a low clump of coarse, hairy leaves, and usually go dormant, disappearing completely by late summer. This strain features soft salmon-pink flowers with contrasting black spots. Because they disappear in summer, place something beside Oriental Poppies that will get bushy later in the season, such as Rudbeckia, Russian Sage, or fall-flowering grasses. Divide in August to September. Flowers are good for cutting, picked just as the buds begin to open.
Papaver orientale 'Princess Victoria Louise'
Best grown in organically rich, fertile, medium moisture, well-drained soil. Performs well in average garden soils as long as drainage is good.
Tall, mounded habit.
Coarse, hairy green leaves.
Huge, satiny salmon-pink flowers with black markings inside, bloom late spring.