This flower has the same shape as the California poppy but blooms with an ivory flower, bringing purity and romance to your garden. Accustomed to opening and closing with the sun, this flower will charm you.
In early spring, as soon as the risk of frost has passed, sow the seeds ¼’’ below the soil surface. Keep the soil moist until germination, which should occur within 15 to 20 days. Poppies don't particularly like transplantation unless done when the plants are still very small.
Mature poppies tolerate drought well and will only need watering during long periods of dryness. They bloom better in poor soil, so refrain from fertilizing if you hope for abundant flowering.