Double Rose Peony Poppies Blooming


The peony poppy seeds I planted in early March are starting to bloom. I got about four plants out of one seed packet. The flowers last about three days. But maybe they would last longer if they weren’t being tortured by a mid-summer heat wave? Once the petals drop the inside looks like a poppy pod. Love! I hope they spread…


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  1. Amanda, you could have them dipped to take off the paint (if there is any), put them back in your windows, or just enjoy them on your wall.

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  2. so gorgeous! there is nothing not to LOVE LOVE LOVE about your double rose peony poppies blooming! Happy summer indeed!

    xoxo, Megan.

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  3. I planted 2 packs of seeds directly in the ground this year and none came up. I’m so disappointed! Your’s look gorgeous!

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  4. Love it!

    On an unrelated note, I admire your decorating style and wondered if you have any ideas of things to do with old shutters. I found some fantastic ones in my attic and wondered if there’s any way/place to display them??

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  5. I’m green with envy – I can’t get them to grow in LA. Gorgeous. You should look into Loves Lies Bleeding. They bloom in the spring and reseed themselves but do grow very tall 4′ but look great sprinkled in a garden.

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  6. Oh this shade is JUICY! What a find. Could not love a flower more than I do peonies. This summer I used hosta leaves in all of my arrangements and it felt like cheating!

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  7. let the seed pods dry on the stem and then crack open and sprinkle the seeds…

    even if you skip that step poppies are bound to spread!

    happy gardening. kristen

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  8. Beautiful too when the pods dry out for the autumn dried arrangements. Its my favourite colour of flower hope the rain doesn’t ruin them all
    have a great weekend

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  9. I’ve never seen those before — WOW! Stunning! And I second Jane’s comment: I love it when you share your garden too!

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