"The satiny, 2-inch long blossoms of California Poppy (Eschscholzia Californica) wave atop long, nearly bare stems above finely cut grey-green leaves. Wild versions are gleaming orange, yellow, or bicolored. Plants are 8 to 24 inches tall, often sprawling. California's state flower blooms in summer from a spring sowing or in spring if sown in fall. Flowers close in shade or on overcast days." - New Complete Guide to Gardening, Better Homes & Gardens.
This design focuses in on the center of the California Poppy, which rather resembles a sea anemone!
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