Iceland poppy is not native to Iceland, but has been naturalized around some urban areas, usually in sandy, gritty soil, like road sides. It's flowers are white, yellow or orange, rarely red. It's usually annual, but self seeds abundantly, so much that it could be considered a weed. It's best to cut most of the flower stalks, only leaving a few to go to seed. It's prettiest where it grows en masse where all the colours are mixed together.