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A true Oregon native! Originally collected from a wildness area in Josphine Co (S. Oregon). This hardy , drought tolerant annual has bright yellow flowers and grey-green foliage. Smaller and more compact than the ornamental California poppies, but just as reliable and long-blooming.  Attracts honey bees, bumblebees, mason bees and butterflies.

  • Height- 8-12”
  • Width- 8-12”
  • Water: very Dry to Moist
  • Sun: Full sun to part shade
  • Bloom time: June-August (depending on moisture availability)
  • Direct sowing: Sow in spring or fall. Seeds will germinate readily in fall and grow steadily throughout the winter. 
  • Growing transplants: Seeds do not exhibit dormancy but germinate best in cool temperatures (50-65 degrees).


Dwarf poppy

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