Celandine Poppy

Stylophorum diphyllum

Showy, readily self-sowing, bright yellow-flowered poppy with a rosette of blue-green scalloped leaves. Adapts easily to the flower garden, so is often grown as an ornamental in beds as well as in naturalistic plantings. Celandine has a long history of medicinal use, including for treatment of inflammatory diseases and for removing warts.

Water: Tolerates all but the driest conditions

Hardiness: Frost Hardy

Habit: An herbaceous perennial to 1.5' tall

Light: Full Shade

Soil: Rich, neutral soil

Origin: Europe, Northern Africa, Western Asia, and Siberia

Celandine Poppy