Also called Yellow Wood Poppy, Flaming Poppy
More About Stylophorum diphyllum
- Isolated populations in Ontario
- Saucer-shaped, poppy-like, yellow flowers
- Nodding, densely hairy, seed capsules appear shortly after flowering
- Bluish-green, pinnately lobed foliage with silver undersides
- Bloom Time: Late spring to early summer
Yellow sap from the stems was used by native Americans and Canadians for dyes.
Celandine Poppy Growing and Maintenance Tips
Thrives in a moist to wet soil, in full to partial shade. Plants will go into early summer dormancy if soils dry out. Naturalizes easily by seed distribution.
Stylophorum diphyllum Characteristics
Soil MoistureMoist to Wet Soils
Moist to Average
Flowering TimeLt. Spr-Sum
Landscape usesWoodland/woods edge