The crumpled petals of this sublime poppy are mainly white, but sometimes have a faint pink blush. They top the slender wiry stems that rise above the rosettes of foliage from early summer forming bowl-shaped blooms, which flutter like butterflies in the breeze. At their best when planted in big drifts, they also make wonderful, if somewhat short-lived cut flowers.
Grow in full sun and free draining soil.
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