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OfflineMr_Mushroom
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Planting Poppies in the Fall???
    #364652 - 08/01/01 11:32 AM (15 years, 5 months ago)

I have read the poppies can be planted in the fall and can grow even with snow and all. I live in the outskirts of philadelphia, do you think I could get away with a sweet fall poppie garden?? If so when to plant. Also any Poppie cultivation tips would be appreciated. And could anyone give me a yield estimation.



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Re: Planting Poppies in the Fall??? [Re: Mr_Mushroom]
    #367673 - 08/06/01 01:55 PM (15 years, 5 months ago)

Are you kidding....No one can help me out??? This is practicly a poppy forum. Please someone help me out.



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Re: Planting Poppies in the Fall??? [Re: Mr_Mushroom]
    #367745 - 08/06/01 04:55 PM (15 years, 5 months ago)

I plan on planting this fall aswell. Hopefully everything goes alright, we usually have pretty dry winters so that could be a bad thing. But who knows, Ya never know till you try.

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Re: Planting Poppies in the Fall??? [Re: Mr_Mushroom]
    #367797 - 08/06/01 06:45 PM (15 years, 5 months ago)

www.poppies.org



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Re: Planting Poppies in the Fall??? [Re: Mr_Mushroom]
    #367803 - 08/06/01 07:05 PM (15 years, 5 months ago)

The poppies can be planted in the fall, which will eventually begin to grow in the spring. Plant before frosts/fall, of after frosts/spring. Peace



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