Plants + Care Wordless Wednesday: Iceland Poppy May 28, 2014 4 Comments White Iceland Poppy flowersspring Previous Post Next Post Sarah Sarah Battersby is a designer, writer and teacher who regularly hacks away at forest of lilacs and sumachs in the country. She wishes she’d never planted that goutweed. 4 comments I love this poppy. We can grow it but it takes perfect timing so that it blooms early. I think Iceland poppies make a good substitute for tulips which are nearly impossible here. Simple and beautiful! This is really nice topic, which is very useful for me. Hmmm – something to look forward to, if they are still in bloom and if I can make Toronto's Blogger Fling next summer! The most common here are pink. You might also like November 25, 2009 Out with old, in with new: Geranium ‘Biokovo’ April 4, 2009 Warning: Siberian elm needs a firm hand November 10, 2015 How’s this as a substitute for boxwood?