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Iceland Poppies are short-lived perennials, native to subpolar regions of northern Europe and North America, that usually self-seed and come back year after year. Plants form a low tuft of light green leaves, bearing large, satiny, lightly fragrant flowers on hairy stems. The bowl-shaped flowers last for weeks on end, in a range of shades including cream, yellow, salmon, orange, pink and red. Removing faded flowers will encourage more buds to form. Allow at least a few flowers to set seed for future generations. Drought tolerant once established. Excellent for cutting, if picked just as the buds begin to open.
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Plant seeds of the Iceland poppy plant in Autumn. Seed directly into the flower bed that will be the permanent location of the Iceland poppy flower, as growing Iceland poppies do not transplant well. If you wish to start seeds indoors, use biodegradable cups that can be planted right into the bed. There is no need to cover the seeds; the Iceland poppy plant needs light to germinate in spring. Mark the area, if necessary, so you don’t mistake the spring foliage for a weed. Grow the Iceland poppy flower in a full sun area. Soil for the Iceland poppy plant should be light and well drained.
Iceland poppy care includes a onetime feeding in spring. Other care involves the deadheading of spent blooms for more of the cup-shaped flowers to appear. You should also water infrequently during times of limited rainfall. Now that you’ve learned how to grow an Iceland poppy, be sure to plant some seeds in fall when you’re planting spring bulbs into a sunny area. Plant them in masses for showy blooms. The Iceland poppy flower is a great companion to other spring blooming plants.