|Eschscholzia californica has basal leaves, to 8 inches long, that are very finely divided and pale bluish-green. Funnel-shaped, single flowers are satiny and cheerful, to 2 inches wide. Sow seeds in place, not a good transplant. In mild winter areas, sow in the fall, in colder regions sow in early spring. 'Rosea' bears cream-flushed, pink flowers with pale rose undersides.