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5 out of 5 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? So hardy!
What are the cons? None!
Keeps blooming on and on and on so far. Started blooming in early June, and very prolific. The classical poppy that most people know and recognize. This was the main poppy variety I grew, given how hardy they are, how well they grow, and how easy they are to germinate. And it worked out well - although next year I will grow more of the other P rhoeas varieties to mix it up. Started all my seeds indoors and transplanted. Had no issues whatsoever with the long tap roots. Excellent germination, grows well, and very sturdy. Highly recommend if you are a fan of this variety - if you prefer other colors, there are various other P rhoeas that are also dependable, including Mother of Pearl which I also grew very successfully
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60 out of 63 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? Easy to grow
What are the cons? none
These poppies are really easy to grow for a Spring blast of eye-catching red. I usually just scratch up some dirt around mid-February and toss the seed on the ground. Around mid-May, there will be beautiful red poppies everywhere the seed landed. It germinates really well. They do tend to bend over instead of stand straight, but, you'll still be able to see the lovely red blooms for many weeks!