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Ice Cube Poppies (Growing Poppies in Warm-Spring Areas)

By Jai_Ganesha
June 6, 2017

Annual poppies, such as Shirley poppies and breadseed poppies, are fleeting and ephemeral bloomers. Compared to other annuals, the flowers last only a short while, but in that relatively short time period, their beauty can and will steal your heart forever. This article offers hope to those who live in areas with warm and humid springs (such as the American Southeast) and who want to grow annual poppy varieties, such as the Shirley poppy or breadseed poppy.

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raven0005
May 8, 2018 6:08 PM CST
hi, i live in Peru, we're currently in fall but is not that cold here, actually, in the city where i live we have no frost and no rains, mornings temperature go around 20 to 23, 24 some days and in night is around 19, celsius, winter is coming in like 2 months but even in winter we have sun some days and the lower temperature can go is 14 celsius in nights, so i wonder if i should put the ice cube seed exposed to direct sunlight for germination, i hope you can help me, i've have a hard time trying to germinate this seeds, they always get fungus on it and die

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