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Place Pigalle Poppy

Place Pigalle Poppy

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Place Pigalle is an exclusive new Oriental Poppy introduction bearing very unique large white blossoms with a prominent salmon-red picotee edge. The distinguishing features of this worthy cultivar are the compact height and the extra-heavy flower production (patented).
Botanical name: Papaver orientale 'Place Pigalle' 
Hardiness Zone: 
Flower Color: 
White/salmon red 
Foliage Type: 
Leaves and stems are rough and hairy. Leaves are deeply lobed and dissected.
Bloom time: 
18 inches 
13-15 inches
Light requirements: 
Full sun 
Plant depth: 
two inches of soil over root crown 

See "Growing Tips" for more detailed instructions
Tips and Growing Instructions

Visit our How-To Cultivation Library for more growing tips.

Oriental poppies are rarely planted in containers and perform much better in the garden. For best results grow in a well-drained soil, as plants will not tolerate wet soils in winter, which can rot the fleshy tap roots and crowns. They’re happy in alkaline, acid or neutral soil. Plant in full sun (at least 8 hours) for optimal blooms.

Oriental poppies hold their large flowers on strong hairy stems. However, they may need the help of a plant support to keep them upright. A poppy flower will last for about 10 days but plants will have a second flush of flowers if they’re cut back. Allow oriental poppies to set seed and the plant will not have enough energy to produce more flowers.

Once poppy flowers have gone over the foliage also dies back. The foliage will have a second lease of life in August.  Plant poppies alongside low-growing perennials that will fill the gap in July when the foliage dies back. Plants should be cut right back to ground level in autumn.


Sorry, we do not ship outside the U.S. or to Hawaii due to agricultural restrictions.

We guarantee safe arrival of healthy bulbs, that varieties will be true-to-name, and will grow if planted as instructed, subject to the limitations described in our Shipping and Returns Policy.

We begin shipping our bulbs in mid-February through Spring. Despite what you may have heard, Spring planting of bulbs is not a bad thing, and in fact, there are many advantages to planting in Spring. Visit our Spring Planting page to learn more. Upon arriving, your bulbs and most of your perennials may show signs of growth such as green leaves and sprouts - this is okay and transportation during this time should not harm the plants.

All bulbs and perennials should be planted in your garden as soon as possible to ensure the best success. If you must delay planting, open the bags to permit air circulation and place them out of direct sunlight in a cool, well-ventilated room. Do not place the bulbs where they can freeze. If you have the space, storing the bulbs in the refrigerator is another excellent way to “hold them” prior to planting. If you choose this method of storing your bulbs, be sure not to store fruit with them, as this is detrimental to bulbs.

Plant outdoors when the ground is no longer frozen and the conditions have improved for your zone.

If you have any questions or concerns our customer service team would be glad to help you at any time. Please use our contact form, email us at, or call us at 541-671-3196

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Kim F.
United States

Absolutely THRILLED!!!!

One of the first mail order nurseries I’ve dealt with who not only got my plants here in a timely manner, but got them here very much alive!!! Most impressed!!!

Luis F.
United States United States

Horrible Customer Service

Bareroot plants looked ok, but horrible customer service.

United States United States

Didn't see any healthy roots when arrived

I received many plants in this shipment, all were excellent condition except this poppy had a clump of what appeared to be roots. No defined or healthy tissue or roots when inspecting, so I planted the whole contents of the bag with the wood chips. Nothing came out, unfortunately.

Donald S.
United States United States

not recommended

Very poor--of the five Place Pigalle poppies I purchased, only one germinated. I wrote to Lily Pad asking about a refund or replacement and never received an answer. Very dissatisfied.