Southwestern Pricklypoppy, or Argemone pleiacantha, is a short lived perennial wildflower that produces numerous large white-petaled flowers with yellow centers, that are beloved by numerous pollinators, when it blooms April-July. This plant grows up to 4 ft tall and 3 ft wide and prefers dry, gravelly soils in foothills and valleys, as well as distrubed areas along roadsides and in old agricultural fields. Reseeds readily. 

Southwestern Pricklypoppy Seed, Argemone pleiacantha

  • 2500-7500'