Stylophorum diphyllum--Celandine Poppy

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Stylophorum diphyllum--Celandine Poppy

Celandine poppy produces clusters of yellow, 2 inch flowers May through June. The plants grow one and a half feet tall when given light shade and a light, moist soil. Although light shade is preferred, celandine poppy tolerates more or less light.

Propagation is by division in spring with each division needing a growing point. Seed may also be used.

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