(P. commutatum) Ladybird is a delightful domesticated version of a wildflower from the Caucasus, Turkey and Iran. Lipstick red poppy with black spots, these colorful blooms are reminiscent of ladybird beetle wings. A popular choice for maintained wildflower fields and patches and recipient of the prestigious R.H.S.’s Award of Garden merit. Gardeners have included the dainty Ladybird poppy in their garden designs for hundreds of years. Plants stand just 1-2 feet tall with 3-inch blooms; annual that self seeds.