Let some light into your spring woodland garden with lemon-yellow flowers! Blue-green foliage and fuzzy seedpods complete the package with this precious little ephemeral plant. It re-seeds itself, but is never unwelcome or invasive. This plant has been a huge hit with our customers – if you don’t have wood poppies, you definitely need one! 2″ yellow blossoms, dark green, divided leaves.
Wood Poppy is a handsome perennial with bluish-green lobed leaves. The plant forms 18″ clumps. From March to May, clusters of bright yellow, 2-inch buttercup-like flowers appear and are followed by nodding green hairy pods. Naturalize in shaded areas of woodland, shade, wildflower or native plant gardens. This poppy is good for beginners.
All of our woodland plants grow naturally on rich, moist forest floors and are perfectly suited for your garden. Add them to an existing wooded area or create your own woodland garden. Dappled shade and humus-rich soil provide perfect growing conditions.