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Horned poppy seeds available

I have seeds of my favorite horned poppy -- glaucium flavum -- ripening if
anyone would like some.  This is the orange-flowered horned poppy.  It has
apricot colored flowers and deeply toothed gray/green leaves.  It is a
perennial that grows to about 1 ft high and 2 or 3 ft in spread.  Flowers
in early/mid summer (usually) and for a long time.  Reseeds itself
politely.  med to low water, full sun, good drainage is a must.

Send me your name/address.

Nan Sterman
San Diego County California
Sunset zone 24, USDA hardiness zone 10b or 11

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