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Stylophorum diphyllum
Celandine Poppy

The pendulous silver fruits of Celandine Poppy are the reason why this wildflower can easily form large colonies in its native habitat, and why its seeds (like those of Virginia Bluebells) are the most effective means of propagation into urban shade gardens.


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