A subpolar cool-season ornamental flower (Papaver nudicaule) with papery blossoms in shades of orange, yellow, white and occasionally light pink. “Icelandic” is actually a misnomer when describing this poppy species – they aren’t native to Iceland, but rather a broad range of boreal geographies throughout the world. With adequate spacing and temperature conditions, their bloom period can span multiple months.
90 days from transplant to flower. Perennial (although in most warmer climates will be a grow as a short-lived biennial or annual). Grown at Mano Farm in Ojai, California.