Eschscholzia Erica carmine-pink (lat. Eschscholzia)
The plant is herbaceous, annual. Forms bushes up to 40 cm high. The leaves are finely dissected, tender. The flowers are single, cup-shaped, large 5-8 cm in diameter. Use lawns, rolling stones, rocky slides, balconies. Sowing in April or October immediately to a permanent place. Shoots appear after 40-45 days . Crops are thinned with a distance between plants of 25-30 cm . Flowering from June until the onset of frost.