Veterans' charity Poppyscotland said the symbolic flowers were loaded on to trucks earlier this week and have been sent to hundreds of volunteers across Scotland.
In preparation for the November poppy appeal, 40 veterans with disabilities worked at Lady Haig's factory in Edinburgh to hand-assemble the poppies and 10,000 wreaths.
These are sent to volunteers who organise public collections and make sure they are visible in shops, supermarkets, schools and businesses around the country.
The charity said the making of poppies and wreaths was a year-round process but the factory was expecting an increase in demand for wreaths and flowers next year as events get under way to mark the start of the First World War centenary commemorations.
Factory manager Charlie Pelling said: "All Scotland's poppies and wreaths are made by hand so it's a time-consuming process.
"We expect an upsurge in orders for 2014 and beyond and our advice to people wishing to lay tributes at centenary events is to get their orders in as early as possible so we can fulfil the demand."
Last year's Poppy appeal raised £2.58 million in Scotland. The money helps support veterans from all conflicts and their families.