Turkenlouis Oriental Poppy

Turkenlouis Oriental Poppy (77370)

4.88 stars, based on 8 reviews
A clump forming flower with deeply fringed red orange petals with black hued centers atop strong stems and smoky green leaves. It is recommended to plant annuals or perennials near or in front of the poppies, as they go dormant after blooming in...
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Healthy, nicely packaged.

Came up on it's 2nd year

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Waited patiently and it finally grew and bloomed. Planted in spring 2020 and it bloomed middle of May of 2021, 6b.

It's shorter than I thought it would be.

Connecticut

Oriental Poppies

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I was very pleased with being able to get Oriental Poppies for my mother and myself for Mother’s Day! They came just before it was warm enough to plant in root form with very detailed instructions about how to plant them.

Connecticut

Oriental Poppies

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I was very pleased with being able to get Oriental Poppies for my mother and myself for Mother’s Day! They came just before it was warm enough to plant in root form with very detailed instructions about how to plant them.

Maryland

So far so good.

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Came with a nice thick bunch of healthy roots and fuzzy top. I planted as soon as received in early February. It now has 4-5 leaves and is about 5" tall.

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