Product Description & Reviews
Eschscholzia californica is known as the most treasured California Poppy. These brilliant orange blooms have 4 petals that form a cup and measure 2 - 3 inches across. They are native to western North America and are one of the most well-known and popular wild flowers. Grow California Poppy in mass groupings for a stunning display of color. They also are perfect for naturalized landscape settings. Deadheading helps to encourage continuous blooms. If a few blooms are left to go to seed, these poppies are known for reseeding for next year's display. Start the seed directly outdoors in a prepared seedbed in early spring. Press the seed into the soil and cover with 1/8 inch of soil. Keep the seed moist until germination. At a temperature of 60 - 70F, germination usually occurs within 28 days. Space the plants 12 inches apart. Grow in full sun and in well-drained soil. California Poppy is usually resistant to deer.
Features & Highlights
- California poppy wild flower seed produces a dense display of beautiful orange flowering blossoms across the U.S. in USDA zones 3 - 9.
- Eschscholzia californica is an annual flower seed; however, it is a prolific reseeder. These poppies will drop their wildflower seeds and reseed themselves the following spring.
- Buy these seeds for planting and rest assured these heirloom, non gmo, open pollinated seeds will produce a brilliant wildflower display for your flower garden, landscape, or meadow.
- Orange poppies will reach 12 - 16 inches in height and bloom very quickly from flower seeds.
- Buy seeds in bulk and plant 4 ounces per 1,000 square feet or 10 pounds per acre for a magnificent wildflower meadow.
|Item Weight:||1 pounds|
|Package Weight:||1.2 pounds|
|Package Size:||5 x 1.6 x 1.6 inches|
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