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Poppy - California

4 reviews
This is the true California poppy with 2 inch orange flowers exclusively. 14 to 16 inch foliage is silverish blue and lacy, with plants a foot tall. Flowers close at night and open in the morning. Blooming is profuse, then rests a bit and comes strongly a second time. ?G8-21 100 seeds.

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    Mary R.
    United States United States
    I recommend this product
    The Calif poppies were planted

    The Calif poppies were planted at a local cemetery on lake Erie in a pollinator garden where a good star memorial was held last September and they did great...thank u love ur company

    Douglas C.
    United States
    California poppy

    After growing it successfully last year, this year the germination is very poor.

    Sow in the Snow

    In New England, sprinkle these seeds around the garden in February or March, right over the snow. In the early summer, they will bloom like crazy among the shrubs and perennials. A nice unifying feature for the garden. They reseed, too, so you'll have them for a few years. .

    Claudia C.
    Garden Staple

    I'm in the Hudson Valley of NY, not CA, but I love the way these poppies look in my garden! They are among the first to bloom and set flowers constantly through the first frost. The early flowers are more of a saffron, they tend to be yellower the second time around. Not sure if they're annual or perennial in my garden but they come back reliably every year.