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Celandine Poppy-Stylophorum Diphyllum is a wildflower that will adapt to any outdoor garden

The Celandine Poppy blooms in spring and early summer and is native to eastern North America. It grows in Canada and some parts of the United States in woodlands, along streams with rich soil. This wildflower will adapt to most outdoor gardens easily and is grown as ornamental and in natural settings. It grows well in zone 4-9 and develops from a rhizome planted in the ground.

It grows leaves 6" long and 2" wide green and blue; It has several lobes on the leaves with a silvery underside. It produces bright yellow to orange flowers in the spring and summer. The flower appears in a cluster on the stems that are often 12-18" in height. Their stems often have a bristly appearance. Each flower has three to four pedals that open around stamens and yellow anthers. It produces an attractive flower that adds to any garden or border.

 Celandine Poppy-Stylophorum Diphyllum produce bright yellow to orange flowers

When the flowers fade, cut off the flower stems to encourage them to bloom again during the season. When they are pruned, they bloom consistently through the summer. Plants that are pollinated by bees will develop fruit with seeds inside. The fruit breaks apart in late summer, and the seeds are released. The poppy is suited to shady gardens, woodlands, and gardens that plant native species.  It grows well with other shade plants like bleeding hearts, columbine, spiderworts, and wild ginger.

You can use it in rain gardens because it tolerates very moist soil. Plant the Celandine Poppy plant from the garden in the early spring or summer in moist soil with shade and some sun. Add hummus to the soil and keep the soil moist. It may not flower the first year, but once established will last many years. Water in dry weather and keep a layer of mulch on the ground.  The sources are generally not eaten raw because of their bitter taste and should be swallowed only with plenty of water.

This Plant is a biennial plant native to Western Europe. The poppy seed from Chelidonium requires no preparation and can be eaten as is. It is a plant with a vast array of uses and has been used for centuries. The poppy can grow up to 2m tall but often grows much shorter than this. The leaves are large, triangular, and lobed, and the flowers are white or pink. The Plant produces small orange-red fruits that have been used as a foodstuff since antiquity. They were eaten by Ancient Greeks and Romans and were made into pies by the British during the times of Oliver Cromwell.

However, the seeds are removed from the pod and dried before using them as medicine in most cases. Celandine is also known as leopard's bane because its juice was said to cure this animal's bites and cure warts, mainly when applied to the wart nightly for three weeks. Today, people use Chelidonium primarily to treat inflammation and irritation of the urinary tract. It is also used externally to ease pain in joints associated with arthritis and gout. 

It grows from around 12 inches to 2 feet in height and has a rounded shape, with green leaves and yellow or orange flowers. It can be easily identified by its bright yellow color and the fact that it grows near roadsides and paths. The Celandine Poppy Plant has been used for centuries in herbal remedies, but only recently has it been used as an alternative treatment for cancer.

This Plants Stem-root contains isoquinoline alkaloids, including the well-known opium poppy alkaloid morphine. The stem root is mainly used for pain relief. The claimed uses of the Celandine Poppy Plant are for stomach aches, kidney problems, urinary tract infections, and eye problems. Purchase Celandine Poppy plant is a mild pain killer that reduces inflammation and has anti-inflammatory properties.

It has been used to treat eye conditions such as conjunctivitis and keratitis. Most commonly caused by bacterial or viral infections. Topical application of the tincture (1:10) has been shown to have beneficial antiseptic properties in a clinical trial on humans. The dried juice of the herb (known as poppy juice) was used to treat nosebleeds, ear infections, and snakebite.

Historically the root was used to make an eyewash for sore eyes and treat diarrhea. Recent research has shown that this Plant is useful for treating psoriasis and eczema. Tannin, sugar, and vitamin B are some of the valuable properties of the Poppy Plant. The extract from the herb is also used as a diuretic in herbal medicine. However, it would be best if you only took it on the recommendation of a certified medical practitioner.

Height at maturity: 2 feet

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Height at maturity: 2 feet

Hardiness: zones 4 to 9

Sunlight: partial, full sun

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Planting Zones 4-9
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