California Poppy (Eschscholzia Californica) - California Poppy seeds will grow quite well in cold climates, but only as an annual. Poppies can be used in beds, borders, and in naturalized settings, but generally do not do well in containers. The brilliant orange California Poppy work well with purple and yellow flowers.
Iceland Poppy (Papaver Nudicaule) - Easy-to-grow from Iceland Poppy seeds, these blooms come in an array of colors. Measuring 4 - 5 inches across, these single Poppy blooms open in shades of white, yellow, orange, pink, rose, and red as well as bi-colors!
Himalayan Poppy (Meconopsis Betonicifolia Blue) - What a dazzling performer for cooler summer climates. Start Poppy seeds for a treasured garden flower that is native to the Himalayan region of Asia. Also called Tibetan Blue Poppy, these perennials prefer a cool, moist, shady place to grow.
Oriental Poppy (Papaver Orientale Beauty of Livermere) - No Poppy is more striking or impressive than Beauty of Livermere Oriental Poppy. Easily grown from Poppy seeds, these huge Poppy blooms do well in cooler climates, and they are breathtakingly stunning when planted in masses. The blooms are deep, blood red and ruffled with a black cone-like center.
Oriental Poppy (Papaver Orientale Orange-scarlet) - Easy-to-grow from Oriental Poppy seeds, no border should be without an incredible display of these intensely colored blooms. Orange scarlet blooms with a black eye add an exotic feeling to any sunny flower garden. The hairy foliage emerges early in the spring, and the Oriental Poppy plants quickly reach maturity.
Poppy Pepperbox (Papaver Somniferum Pepperbox) - Bring some romance and charm to your garden and grow Pepperbox Poppy seeds. This heirloom Poppy variety blooms in shade of pinks, purples, and lilacs, and some of the petals are fringed and others smooth to provide a beautiful display.
Red Poppy (Papaver Rhoeas) - The Red Poppy is one of the most popular wildflowers in all the world, and it easily establishes from Poppy seeds. It is also known as Shirley Poppy, Flanders Poppy, American Legion Poppy, (the red poppy is the symbol of the American Legion, handed out for Memorial Day), and in England, Corn Poppy.
Shirley Poppy (Papaver Rhoeas) - The Shirley Poppy selection has semi-double and double forms, as well as flowers with a ring of contrasting color around the edge called the picotee form. Easily grown from Shirley Poppy seeds, gardeners enthusiastically grow this variety for the wonderful display of diverse color and forms.