The California Poppy is a perennial and annual plant, native to the United States. It is the official state flower of California and the 6th of April is designated as California Poppy Day. California Poppy leaves were used medicinally by Native Americans and the pollen was used cosmetically. The seeds are used in cooking. Its golden blooms are a fitting symbol for the golden state.
Materials: The California Poppy leaves are cast in hand patinated bronze with 24ct gold plated cast bronze petals and yellow fresh water pearls.
Measures: 16" - 17" L (adjustable) with 1.7" L drop
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