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Macleaya cordata
Plume Poppy

Plume Poppy, bold in its foliage texture but fine in its terminal inflorescences, is most safely sited by itself as a specimen in the perennial garden, and needs to be frequently rogued or sprayed at its perimeter to prevent its growing beyond its intended outer boundary.


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