Hardy, summer flowering biennial or short-lived perennial
Description: Bright golden yellow, poppy-like flowers; bluish-gray, lobed foliage; long, decorative, horn-like seed pods.
Habit: Grows 12 to 36 inches high and 18 inches wide
Culture: Prefers moderately fertile, well-drained soil and full sun
Hardiness: USDA Zones 6 through 9
Origin: Europe, North Africa, Turkey
Attributes: Deer resistant
Thomas Jefferson planted seeds of Yellow Horned Poppy at Monticello in an oval flower bed southeast of the house in 1807. It is a native of Europe, the Canary Islands, North Africa, and Turkey, which has naturalized along the New England coast as early as the seventeenth century. The eighteenth-century botanist John Clayton noted it in his Flora Verginica (1739; 1743).
Yellow Horned Poppy (Glaucium flavum) is considered an invasive plant in the following state: MA.
Arrives in a 4" pot.