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Our property was seeded in glowing golden-orange California natives over a decade ago and they have come back strong every year since. They have attractive finely divided blue-green foliage and satiny 2-inch poppies. Summer watering is not required, but if given the bloom season will be extended. Plants grow 12-18 inches tall and are usually quite deer resistant.
A mix of double and semi-double flowers in pink, scarlet, gold and cherry. Packet is ⅛ ounce, about 2,250 seeds.
Flowers are deep carmine-rose on a creamy-white background. Bloom color variable according to the weather and age of flower, they are always beautiful. Packet is ⅛ ounce, about 2,250 seeds.
Gorgeous, orange poppies in their most recognizable form; the California State Flower. Packet is ⅛ ounce, about 2,250 seeds.
Showy, sunny yellow flowers with orange centers. Grows 1-1.5 feet tall with blue-green finely divided foliage. This beauty is frequently seen growing wild in California and Mexico. Packet is 2 grams, about 1,300 seeds.
Shades of dusty rose and lavender. Packet is ⅛ ounce, about 2,250 seeds.
An intense blend of orange and red bicolor flowers. Extremely showy. Packet is ⅛ ounce, about 2,250 seeds.
Produces scads of gorgeous 2 inch satiny poppies in shades of orange, yellow, white and red. The handsome foliage is blue-green and finely divided. Grows to 1-1.5 feet tall. Packet is ⅛ ounce, about 2,250 seeds.
Direct sow California poppy seeds into prepared seed beds that have been cleared of weeds and have had the top 1 inch of soil loosened. Rake seed in. Press into soil by walking over the area. Keep moist until germination. Can start California poppy seeds indoors in 2 inch pots.