(root in pot with soil, not yet sprouting)
Poppies, revered for their uncommonly pretty shape and layers of delicate petals, add a gorgeous pop of bright color to the landscape or indoor arrangements. With this new variety, you'll see customers fall in love all over again with exotic poppies. Unique in both form and color, Picotee dazzles in the garden or border with huge 4-6" flowers of silky white. The broad, ruffled edges of each poppy are accented with a delicate line of apricot-coral, giving the blooms a very special appearance that gardeners and landscapers will love. Picotee is a free-flowering plant with a vigorous habit.
(above description from Dutchbulbs.com)
Botanical Name : Papaver orientale 'Picotee' Ship As : Bare Root Size : NO.1 Suggested Uses: Borders, Perennializing, Showy Flowers, Deer Resistant, Attract Butterfly Flower Form : Large, bowl or saucer shaped petals which are often crinkled in appearance, 4 - 6" across. Foliage Type : Serrate, thistle-like, grayish-green leaves with bristly hairy texture. Mature Spread : 24 - 30 inches Spacing: 18 - 24 inches Growing Tips Planting Instructions : Plant so crown is at or just below ground-level. Firm soil around roots and water thoroughly Soil Moisture : Well drained Will Tolerate : Acidic Soil, Clay Soil, Loamy Soil, Sandy Soil Pruning Instructions : Deadhead as necessary to prolong flowering. Winter Care : Mulch +/- 2" Planting Depth :Top of plant should just be below soil level Watering Requirements :Average water needs. Water regularly, do not overwater. Fertilization Requirements :Once per year Special Care :Not needed
(info from Dutchbulbs.com)