Poppy, Food Not Lawns Remix (Organic)
Large, single blooms vary from light purple/white, to pink, red, magenta, and dark purple. This beautiful, easy to grow poppy population is the species commonly used for medicinal purposes. Adapted to our growing region, it is very hardy. Try sowing in the fall for early spring flowering. Can be sown in the spring with great success as well. Our original seed came from two accessions at different autumn Food Not Lawns seed swaps in Eugene, Oregon.
Seed produced by Avoca in Corvallis, Oregon.
Direct sow no more than 1/8” deep in late fall to overwinter plants for early blooms, or very early spring. Thin plants to 8-12.” Prefers 50-70°F soil temp for germination in 10-20 days.
Collect seeds from pods that are fully dry. Shell by hand or by dancing, sift and winnow to clean. Finish air-drying if necessary before sealing in airtight container. Some cross-pollination may occur. Isolate from other varieties of the same species by ¼ mile.