Eschscholzia Aurantiaca ' Californian Wild Poppy'

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Eschscholzia Aurantiaca ' Californian Wild Poppy' - 100x Seeds

This is the undisputed king of California wildflowers. Its lustrous orange-yellow petals open in the sun and close at night. With finely divided silvery foliage it thrives in poor, sandy or stony soils and loves the hot and dry. Drought-tolerant, self-seeding, and easy to cultivate

Flowers close in dull weather. Very good as a cut flower, in beds, borders and rock gardens. Can be grown in poor soil.

This variety produces masses of orange flowers.

Sowing method: Sow seeds direct or plant seedlings 
Sowing Depth: 2mm
When: Spring(or after the last frost) and early summer
Germination: 16-21days at temperatures between 14-30°C
Hardiness  Hardy annual
Spacing Between Rows:  30cm
Spacing Between Plants:  30cm
Planting Position: Full sun in well drained soil
Days to Maturity/Flowering: 65-80 days

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