Eschscholzia californica mexicana
Mexican Gold Poppy
Poppy relatives with upward-facing, four-petaled yellow or orange blooms above finely cut foliage. Individual plants grow to about 1 1/2 ft. wide. Of the several species native to western North America and Mexico, E. californica is the most outstanding and the most widely used. All are drought-tolerant, but giving them summer water will extend their flowering season.
Native to Arizona, New Mexico, southern Utah, west Texas, Mexico. Plant grows to 8 in., has less finely divided leaves than California poppy.
This common Western wildflower populates sunny meadows, growing 8–16 in. high and wide, with nar...
Infrequently grown species. Flowers are small (just 1 in.wide) and single, but bloom is incredibly pro...
Varieties from 6 in. to 1 1/2 ft. high and wide, in flower colors from yellow to rich maroon brown. Bl...