100+ These large Purple Peony Poppy flowers are 4 inches across and form on long, sturdy stems. Grown from Peony seeds, they make your garden look great, and cut them often to enjoy beautiful arrangements for indoors! The Peony Poppy plant has blue-green foliage that is intense and makes a complementary backdrop for the showy blooms. When the Peony Poppy flowers are done blooming, oblong seed pods are formed, and they are highly prized as an everlasting, keeping their color and shape for dried arrangements. Grow purple Peony Poppy seeds indoors in late winter. Use peat pots and starter mix. Sow the flower seeds on the surface and press the flower seeds into the soil. Peony Poppy seeds need light to germinate. Keep flower seeds moist until germination. Another option, and often preferred by many gardeners, is to direct sow the Peony seeds outdoors. The flower seed can be sown in the late fall, late winter, or early spring. Prepare the soil by loosening the top several inches, spread the flower seeds and lightly rake. Firm the soil by walking lightly over the area. Thin Peony Poppy seedlings to 15 - 18 inches apart. Peony Poppy plants will reach 32 - 40 inches in height and 12 inches in width. Plant lower-growing flowers in front for a breath-taking display of color! Instructions included. Combined shipping discount....all additional items ship free.