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Golden Poppy Plants

Sale price$49.99

Quantity 25 Plants

Customer Reviews

Based on 2 reviews
Lillian rose

They love rich ground mine are thriving.

First batch was bad

I ordered this plant early in the season and I believe the first batch got frozen en route. I submitted information to have them replaced and it took quite a while. New plants seem healthy but are still dormant. Hopefully the increasing heat wont affect them. Also the first pic in the item description is incorrect.

The golden poppy plant is native to woodland areas and does well in moist, fertile soil. Its striking yellow and orange blooms contrast with its blue-green leaves, making a charming contrast. A spring bloomer, it is native to Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, Missouri, and Ohio.

Golden Poppy Plant grows between March through May

The golden poppy self-sow and thrive well, provided the moist soil has plenty of shade. On average, it grows to around 24 inches in height. Although tending to be a wild woodland type, they grow well in gardens, providing plenty of organic-rich soil and shade.

Growing Golden Poppy From Seeds

With the right growing conditions, they tend to germinate fast. Sprinkle the seeds liberally among the soil and provide plenty of compost. When the seedlings sprout and are about 4 inches tall, it is essential to thin them seedlings out. The germinated one need plenty of space to grow.

Plant Golden Poppy 12 Inches Apart 

The remaining ones should be around 12 inches apart. If you set out your seeds in the fall, them will germinate in the spring but will not bloom until the following year. Although they tend to grow in two to three months, if you use the procedure of deadheading, essentially cutting off the blooms after some time, it is possible to have blooms for most of the entire summer.

Golden Poppy Loves Moist Shady Places 

As long as you replicate their natural moist, shady environment, Golden Poppy Plants will multiply, produce a striking border for your garden, and tend to attract bees. They are great plants.