I hope this is the right place for this query. This plant showed up Spring 2019, lasted through most of the following winter and never completely disappeared. It never bloomed. It started with a renewed vigor this winter. We never got snow but had many days/nights in the 20s.The foliage is handsome and sturdy looking, rough, kind of hairy, at this time about 18-20" tall. All leaf stems grow from the ground in a clump, as opposed to growing from a main stalk. It's a nice looking plant, but I want to make sure I'm not growing a poisonous thing that will kill birds or animals.Today I noticed a bluish green blob coming out of the center.divided into fat sections. I've found plenty of flower photos on the internet, but no straight on good pictures of foliage of what I think it might be which is some kind of papaver, maybe orientale. How it got there I have no idea. Can anyone identify this?
hcmcdole Powder Springs, GA(Zone 7b) Mar 14, 2021