Oriental Poppy

Got 1 each of 5 varieties from Brecks.com:

For dramatic brightness, nothing rivals the flamboyant Oriental Poppy. In late spring and early summer, when many bulbs have faded and summer perennials have yet to appear, the large 4-8" flowers of the Oriental poppy create bright spots of colour. They are extremely hardy and do well in almost any soil, tolerating dry spells. They are stunning planted in large masses by themselves, but work just as well in mixed perennial borders in full sun. Deer resistant.

Patty's Plum - unique dark purple, plum
Queen Alexander - extra bright salmon-pink
Prince of Orange - the color of tangerines
Brilliant wildfire - red blooms
Royal Wedding - shimmering white petals

These are being planted around a dozen or so Lily Trees, which bloom later in the summer: