Califonian Poppy

Califonian Poppy - Eschscholzia
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Description: A very easy and fast growing annual that will really brighten up your garden. All through the summer months, intense, bright orange, poppy-like flowers with silky petals are carried on slender stems well above the finely divided, blue-green leaves. A glorious display can be had from a packet of seeds sown directly in their flowering position in April, where they will self seed for years to come. Varieties are available in shades ranging from pink to red.

Hardiness: Hardy

Height: 35 x 20cm

Position: Full sun

Soil: Poor, fast-draining soil

Water: Drought tolerant once established

Usage: Excellent planted in drifts amongst other Mediterranean planting

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