Icelandic Poppy 'Croceum' Overview
A tuft-forming biennial with oval, densely hairy, blue-green leaves. In the summer, there are solitary, bowl-shaped, fragrant yellow-white or occasionally orange-red flowers, which grow on short, hairy stalks.
Common problems with Icelandic Poppy 'Croceum'
How to propagate Icelandic Poppy 'Croceum'
Propagate by seed in autumn or spring. Self seeds readily.
P.orientale and its cultivators are best propagated by root cuttings in winter.
Other uses of Icelandic Poppy 'Croceum'
Border, cutting bed, wildflower/meadow