Celandine poppy (Stylophorum diphyllum)

$10.00

Sold in 4.5″ (1 qt) pots
Light
: Medium Sun/Part Shade – Full Shade
Soil Moisture: Moderate (grows best in rich, moist soil)
Bloom Time: April to June
Height x spread: 1.5 ft x 1 ft
Flower: Showy, bright yellow, cup-like flower
Tolerate: Lime, Deer & rabbit resistant
Attracts: Chipmunks, ants (distribute seeds)

Also called “Wood Poppy,” this spring flower is common in high-quality natural areas along creeks and ravines. In spring to early summer they produce bright yellow 4-petal flowers that are followed by a bristly blue-green pod that hangs below the leaves. Although typically yellow, the flowers can contain a hint of orange.  Deadhead after blooming to stimulate additional blooms.

This plant works well in shade gardens.

Where to see it growing: Bohm Woods State Nature Preserve, Edwardsville, IL | Exploration Garden at Clinton Hills Conservation Park, Swansea, IL

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