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Stylophorum diphyllum, commonly called celandine poppy, is a Missouri native wildflower which occurs most often in moist woodlands and along streambanks in the central and southeast portions of the State. Features 4-petaled, yellow flowers which bloom in spring in small clusters atop stems typically growing 12-18" tall. Blue-green, pinnately lobed foliage is silvery below. Stems contain a bright yellow sap which was formerly used as a dye by Native Americans.
- Type: Perennial
- Zone: 4 to 9
- Height: 1.00 to 1.50 feet
- Spread: 0.75 to 1.00 feet
- Bloom Time: April to June
- Bloom Description: Yellow
- Sun: Part shade to full shade
- Water: Medium to wet
- Maintenance: High
- Suggested Use: Naturalize, Rain Garden
- Flower: Showy
- Tolerate: Heavy Shade, Wet Soil