Spring Fever® Orange Papaver
Spring Fever® Orange Papaver

Spring Fever® Orange Papaver

Price: 18.95
Each Quart-Sized Pot contains 1 Spring Fever® Orange Papaver Plant
Plant Features

Spring Fever® Orange Papavers arrive in spring with a bright orange burst of blooms that herald the beginning of the season like few others. It's subtly fragrant and perfect in a rock garden, front or mid border or containers. These also make excellent cut flowers so be sure to bring the drama indoors! Papaver is an excellent source of nectar for bees and wild birds eat the seeds once the flower heads dry down. Deer and rabbits tend to overlook them while browsing.

Papaver Companion Plants: Aquilegia, Euphorbia, Nepeta, Salvia

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Plant Characteristics
Mature Plant Size: 10-inches tall x 9-inches wide
Bloom Time: April, May, June, July
Habit: Upright
Flower Color: Orange
Foliage Color: Blue/Green
Attracts: Bees, Wild Birds
Critter Resistance: Deer, Rabbit
Plant Needs
Sunlight: Full to Part Sun (4+ hours)
Overwinter Zones: 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9
Soil Moisture: Moist
Tolerates: Sandy soil
Fertilizer: When transplanted and then once every Spring
Product Reviews
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on 7/9/2023 4:36:02 PM

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Comment: These arrived in bad shape (which is highly unusual for a Growjoy plant) and it looked as though they had only recently been placed in the pots they were shipped in. They died shortly after planting. I'm still giving three stars because I suspect heave rains contributed to their inability to recover.

"Poppy and winter hardy!"

on 7/14/2022 8:55:47 AM

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Comment: For some reason, I never thought that poppies were winter hardy in zone 5. Surprise! What an exciting thing to discover. Mine arrived from GrowJoy with some flowers and some buds. I just love them - and really everything that I've purchased here from annuals to vegetables.