wood poppy picture

Louisville, KY

This plant was givern to me last year. I dont guarentee that it is a poppy although it goes by th e name of wood poppy or celeandine poppy. I hope you enjoy.

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Louisville, KY

another view.

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West Pottsgrove, PA(Zone 6b)

Neat, and they're native too! I thought all the native poppies were from out west. Celandine Poppies or Stylophorum diphyllum are in the Papaveraceae family.


http://davesgarden.com/pf/go/1014/index.html

http://plants.usda.gov/java/profile?symbol=STDI3

Ocean Springs, MS(Zone 8b)

Are those seedlings growing there if so would you be interested in a trade for a white Verbena seedling. If you are please dmail me.

Mableton, GA(Zone 7a)

Hey. I have two of these. I've heard that dead heading poppies does not promote new flowers. Is that true for these Celandine Poppies like it is for the traditional poppy flowers? Do you think these current and pending blooms will survive our 25 degree temps over the next 3 nights? LOVE mine I also have a Plume poppy. LOVE the folage of these plants!

Catherine

Louisville, KY

Somewhere I read that if you deadhead them they will continue to bloom all summer. i dont know that to be true because this is my first year for them. Also I intend to save the seeds to see if I can start new plants.

John

Mableton, GA(Zone 7a)

Thanks and good luck with the seeds!

cn

Pontotoc, MS(Zone 7b)

That is just beautiful !

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