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Annual Poppies

Annual Poppies

The delicate, crepe-paperlike blossoms of Annual Poppies add bright pops of color to sunny gardens and meadows in late spring and summer. The flowers are short-lived, lasting only a few days at most, but some give way to small, equally iconic seed heads that add a sculptural presence to the garden. Annual Poppies typically self-seed with abandon, which means gardeners may enjoy them year after year. These beloved plants, all members of the Papaveraceae family, are available in a rainbow of colors – from purest whites to the bold reds that are symbols remembrance, to purples and golden yellows and oranges. Scatter Annual Poppies amid perennials such as Alliums that flower in late spring and early summer, and enjoy their fleeting yet unforgettable beauty.