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Papaver alpinum hybrids   

A dainty alpine with finely cut, gray-green leaves. Blooms of mixed colors appear July-Aug. Grows to 12”. Great for the rock garden or small garden area. 

    Common Name:Alpine Poppy
    Hardiness Zones:3-8
    Deer Resistant:No
Growing Tips: Plant in well drained soil.

About Papaver: Consider overplanting your poppies with a leafy perennial, ornamental grass or annual to fill the gap left after flowering and going dormant. When using as a cut flower singe the stem ends with a flame to prevent poppy sap from bleeding out. This will keep the poppy fresher longer.