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Germination: surface sow and keep moist, tamp the soil, requires light for germination
Introducing Papaver orientale, the Oriental Poppy! This familiar large-flowered poppy is known for its stunning 3-6" flowers, which come in a variety of colors including red, orange, and pale pink. Native to Turkey and surrounding regions, this perennial flowering plant adds a vibrant touch to any garden.
In spring, Oriental poppies grow a mound of hairy and finely dissected leaves, providing an attractive display. As summer approaches, they gather energy and bloom, creating a burst of color in mid-summer. What makes Oriental poppies unique is that after flowering, the foliage dies back completely. This characteristic allows them to survive the harsh summer drought of Central Asia. To maintain a continuous display, late-developing plants can be placed nearby to fill the gap.
Cultivating Papaver orientale is relatively easy, with a hardiness zone of 3-8. These poppies thrive in well-drained soil with a pH level of 6.5 to 7.5, and they prefer full sun or partial shade. It is best to sow the seeds after the threat of frost has passed and the soil has warmed up. Oriental poppies are not fond of transplanting or over-watering, so it's important to handle them with care. The germination period usually takes 10-20 days.
Oriental poppies also come in a variety of cultivars, each with its own unique color and characteristics. From the salmon pink Aglaja to the deep maroon Patty's Plum, there is a cultivar for every gardener's taste. Some cultivars even have creased or fringed petals, such as the highly fringed Türkenlouis. Many of these cultivars have gained the Royal Horticultural Society's Award of Garden Merit.
While Oriental poppies do not possess any narcotic alkaloids like morphine or codeine, their young seed heads are used as a condiment due to their hot and acrid taste. This adds an interesting culinary aspect to these beautiful flowers.
Overall, Papaver orientale is a stunning and long-lived perennial that brings vibrant color and texture to any garden. Whether you are a novice or experienced gardener, these poppies are relatively easy to care for. So why not add these magnificent Oriental poppies to your collection? For more information, visit our website: [website URL].