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'A poppy is any of a number of colorful flowers, typically with one per stem, belonging to the poppy family. They include a number of attractive wildflower species with colorful flowers found growing singularly or in large groups; many species are also grown in gardens.Recommended Temperature Zone: sunset: 1-11, 14-21, 30-45 USDA: 3-10Frost Tolerance: Often grown as winter annual in PhoenixHeat Tolerance: Dies back in early summerSun Exposure: Full sun Origin: AsiaGrowth Habits: Clump forming perennials, 18 inches to 4 feet tall (45 cm to 1.2 m) depending on the varietyWatering Needs: Regular water, good drainagePropagation: Seeds, root cuttings after the top has died back Photographed with Canon EOS 5D Mark II in RAW 16bit and Adobe RGB and professional processed.'
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