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POPPY - DOUBLE SHIRLEY

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POPPY - DOUBLE SHIRLEY

POPPY Double Shirley papaver rhoeas Watch the poppy heads drop their bud cloaks and within hours open their crinkled silk petals to the sky. Glorious in shades of salmon, rose, scarlet, white and bi-coloured. Two to three layers of petals in each. Type: Annual Light: full sun Soil: not fussy Spacing: 20cm Height: 80cm Season: June through September Propagation: Direct seed in early spring or autumn. Cover lightly. Sow seeds in autumn for early blooms in the spring. They despise transplanting SEED COUNT: Approx. 900 In 1932, garden writer Henry J. Moore wrote “They occur in colours which baffle description, comprising such delicate shades as apricot and salmon, and among pinks such as rose, blush and flesh and through to the most brilliant of crimsons.” Note: Poppies are tap-rooted and do not take well to transplanting, so sow the seeds in flowering position in early spring or fall, thin and deadhead to keep flowers coming
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