Creamy white to pale yellow flowers distinguish this poppy. Typically considered a hardy annual, this is also a short-lived perennial in USDA zones 8-10. Plants grow 12-18 inches tall with blue-green, finely divided leaves. Plants typically bloom in 6-8 weeks from seeding and are best sown directly in the garden or landscape. Honey bees and wild bees are often seen collecting pollen from the flowers.