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With their glorious crepe-paperlike blooms in a wide variety of brilliant hues, annual poppies add a ton of color to the garden. They're easy to grow and often self-seed, allowing them to appear year after year. It's best to grow them from seed directly in the ground as most do not transplant well. They work well in cottage-style landscapes scattered among late spring-blooming perennials.
The sparkling white single daisies of 'Alaska' Shasta daisy echo the flower shape of poppies while providing a contrast in color and foliage -- especially with strong-color poppies.Veronica
With erect spikes of bright blue flowers, veronica works well planted with annual poppies, providing a vertical accent and color contrast.Blanket flower
The yellow, maroon, and red daisylike blooms of blanket flower combine nicely with annual poppy varieties in the same color ranges.