Eschscholzia Ballerina Mix 100 Seeds
Although members of the Eschscholzia genus are perennials they are usually grown as annuals in the garden.
Garden Height: 25cm
Ideal for: Pots
How to Grow California poppy (Eschscholzia)
It is best to grow Eschscholzia members outdoors. When growing California poppies the seeds should be sown at about 6 mm in the autumn or after the last frost of spring. The seeds usually take about three weeks to germinate. They should be sown into an area that is sunny and has good drainage. California poppies like to grow in a soil that is average, so nothing special is required.
Caring for Eschscholzia Plants in the Garden
Once growing, Eschscholzia plants require watering in prolonged dry spells. Extended blooming of the poppies can be had by removing the flowering heads once they have finished flowering.
Quick Eschscholzia Growing and Care Guide
Common Names: California Poppy, Tufted Poppy, Frying Pans, San Benito Poppy.
Life Cycle: Hardy perennial grown as a hardy annual by gardeners.
Height: 4 to 24 inches (10 to 60 cm).
Native: North and Central America.
Flowers: Mid-spring, summer and autumn.
Flower Details: Yellow, orange. Four Petals. Fragrant.
Foliage: Deeply cut. Hairless or Blueish-grey and waxy. Lanceolate.
Sow Outside: 1/4 inch (6mm). Annuals: following last frost. Perennials: before last frost or late autumn. Spacing 6 to 10 inches (15 to 26 cm).
Sow Inside: Use Peat pots. Germination time: two to three weeks. Temperature 60°F (16°C). Three weeks before expected last frost. Transplant outdoors following the last frost.
Requirements: Full sunlight. Good drainage. Average soils. Regular watering. Deadhead.
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