7 Colors Mix California Poppy is an eye-catching rainbow-blend of California's official state flower in all color species - orange, pink, yellow, red, purple, scarlet, and white! Enjoy an enchanting tapestry of poppy blooms that will transform your outdoor space into a vibrant floral haven. Drought-tolerant, attractive, easy-to-grow, and low maintenance, this mix is a great way to add a splash of color to a bare corner of your yard and attract essential pollinators!
This 7 Colors Mix California Poppy blend is carefully curated to include a variety of poppy phenotypes, each boasting its own unique charm and characteristics:
1. Giant Orange - Vivid bright-orange.
2. Carmine King - Fuchsia-pink with shades of bubblegum, magenta, and burgundy that changes with maturity, often ombres into white centers.
3. Golden West - Sunny yellow, often with orange centers.
4. Red Chief - Velvety red with yellow pistils.
5. Purple Gleam - Violet with shades of mauve, lavender, and plum, that changes with maturity, and ombres to white centers.
6. Mikado - Scarlet-and-orange mixed petals like a sunset. Often with yellow centers.
7. White Linen - White with shades of ivory and cream and yellow pistils.
Also Known As: Rainbow Mix Poppies, 7 Species Mix Poppies, Formula Mix Poppies, Drought-Tolerant Flowers, California Poppy Mix, Oriental Poppy Mix, Corn Poppy Mix, Field Poppy Mix, West Coast Flower Mix
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*Seeds are freshly packed for the growing season of the year listed. Seeds are still viable beyond pack date. Store in a cool and dry location such as the refrigerator or basement to best preserve germination rates.
|Poppy, 7 Colors Mix California
|Days to Germinate:
|Days to Bloom:
||12 - 18 Inches
||2 - 3 Inches
||Annual, Perennial Zones 10-12
||Full Sun, Partial Shade
|Seeds Packed For*:
Remove weeds, large rocks, and litter from the planting area. Till the soil 8-10 inches deep and rake several times to break up large clods. It is best to do this when the soil is dry enough to not stick to garden tools. Loosening the soil will help the plant establish strong roots.
Start indoors 1 month before last frost in well-draining containers in >60F area. Keep moist. Transplant when plants are <4" and ground is >60F. Or, sow outdoors in moist, fertile, well-draining soil in full sun when soil is >65F. Cover thinly with soil and water until established. Drought-tolerant once established. Spring/Early Summer blooms.