California poppy

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California poppy

Aromatherapy/Pseudomedicine
A floral essence said to develop inner knowledge, spirituality and love, as defined in the pseudoscience of flower essence therapy.

Positive qualities
Spirituality; balances light and love; develops inner knowledge.

Indications
Apathy, resignation.
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The Californian poppy should never be transplanted.
During the dormant season, many species such as acanthus (bear's britches), aesculus (horse chestnut), aralia, chaenomeles (flowering quince), eryngium (sea holly), papaver (poppy), romneya (Californian poppy) and spiraea canbepropagatedbytaking root cuttings.
Your collection will include Clarkia Sundowner, Gilia Twilight, Limnanthes Scrambled Eggs, Nasturtium Campari 'n' Soda, Californian Poppy Gold Rush, Sweet Pea Pastel Parade and Sunflower Pots of Gold.
As for pot marigolds (calendula) and Californian poppy, well, they're bright orange aren't they?
The collection consists of the Aster Colour Carpet mixed, Cornflower Midget mixed, Calendula Daisy mixed, Californian Poppy Appleblossom Pink, Larkspur Giant Imperial mixed, Annual Lupin Gallery Dwarf mixed, Nasturtium Gleam mixed, Salvia Blaze of Fire and Cosmos Sensation mixed.
Passion flower, valerian or Californian poppy are all helpful where sleep is a problem.
Check out the 'four in one' packet from Unwins which contains Candytuft, Convolvulus, Californian Poppy and Godetia.
Tinctures of Californian poppy, hops or passion flower may help when taken at night.
And the Californian poppy (Eschscholzia Californica) is ideal for hot, dry and sunny places - as you might expect.
Silver or greyleaved plants such as cistus, halimium and the Californian poppy are at risk.
Best of the Bunch Californian Poppy ESCHSCHOLZIA californica is the nearly unpronounceable name for one of my favourite hardy annuals - the Californian Poppy.
Flowers such as calendula, fennel, Californian poppy and poached egg plant tempt other predatory, pest-controlling insects, including hoverflies and lacewings.
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