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How to Grow Poppies in New England.?

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1. Choose a hardy species. The oriental poppy (Papaver orientale) is hardy to Zone 3 (35 below zero) making it a good choice for New England gardeners. The oriental poppy has an attractive range of bright colors to choose from. Red, orange, pink,
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