Previous scientific name(s): Eschscholzia mexicana
Drought tolerant annual; full sunlight. Bright yellow-orange flowers bloom February to May and are easily recognized in dotted patches on desert hillsides following warm, wet winters. A close relative of California poppy, this species is smaller, more drought hardy and yields flowers more yellow than orange.Contact Our Experts
6 - 15 in.
AnnualNative or Introduced:
2 - 5 PLS lbs/Acre
38.40 lbs.Seeds per Pound:
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