The Poppy Family was a late 1960s-early 70s Canadian pop musical group based in Vancouver, British Columbia. A product of the "Hippie generation," they brought a cleaner cut image, capitalizing on the vocal talents and good looks of Susan Jacks. Managed and produced by her husband Terry Jacks (vocals/guitar), with Craig McCaw (guitar) and Satwan Singh (drums), the group recorded two albums, from which came their best known songs Which Way You Goin', Billy? and That's Where I Went Wrong (1969).
The Poppy Family disbanded in 1973.