• Image of Hoppy’s Poppies
  • Image of Hoppy’s Poppies
  • Image of Hoppy’s Poppies
  • Image of Hoppy’s Poppies
  • Image of Hoppy’s Poppies

Hoppy was a dear old farmer friend of mine who passed quite a few years ago. His memory lives with me in these beautiful pink poppies I grew from seeds he collected and gave to me. I still remember them growing outside his back door.

Poppy seeds need to be sown in late fall in order to germinate in the spring. Loosen your soil and sprinkle the seeds. Cover just barely with 1/8 inch of soil. Let sit over winter and water in the spring as needed.

The seeds will come in a small envelope tucked into another envelope. For time sake they will not be labeled just a plain sealed envelope.

Aprox 2 grams of seed per packet. Please only order what you can use and save your seeds to spread your patch next year to leave plenty for everyone who wants them. XO

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