Shirley Double Mixed Poppy
Description: Also known as Corn Poppy. Beautiful mostly double blooms of silky white, rose and salmon. Produces all summer. Deer and rabbit resistant! Seeds need light in order to germinate. Prefers full sun but will tolerate partial shade. Easy to grow, a fantastic choice for new and seasoned gardeners alike!
Days to Maturity: 84 to 91 days
Approximate seeds per pack: 50
History: The name Shirley refers to the town in Surry, England, where the Reverend Henry Wilkes originally bred the variety in 1880. Was known as the Ghost Poppy or Fairy Poppy in the early 20th century.