Scientific Name: Papaver rhoeas.
Common Names: Red Corn Poppy and Flanders Fields Poppy.
Plant duration: Annual.
Seasonal life over: With the first frost of the year.
Hardiness: Hardy. Can stand drought.
Region of cultivation: North America.
Soil type: Any well drained, loose soil except for clayey soil.
Soil humidity: Moderate.
Seed sowing spacing: 4-12 inches.
Seed sowing depth: Surface sow.
Seed sowing time: March-May.
Seed germination: 1-4 weeks from the time the seeds are sown.
Sun exposure: Complete to partial.
Bloom period: March-July.
Propagation: Through seeds.
-Plant height: 2.00-2.50 feet.
-Flower color: Bright Red with Black colored center.
-Flower size: 2-4 inches across.
-Flower structure: Resembles to that of Poppy.
-General looks: Stunning.
Additional key features: Plant's parts are poisonous in nature and therefore, must not be consumed by any living organism.