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Yellow Wood Poppy

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Yellow Wood Poppy - Celandine Poppy

 

 The yellow wood poppy, also known as the celandine poppy, is a gorgeous flower with rich yellow flowers. This gorgeous poppy has four yellow petals, two sepals, many orange-yellow stamens, as well as a single stigma. These flowers can be seen in groups or just as a single flower. The flower blooms in early spring through to early summer. These flowers are a pollen-producing plant, meaning that you will be able to attract bees to your yard. This is perfect for those areas where honeybee numbers are dwindling. By planting these flowers, you are helping your local pollinators be well fed. 

 If you are interested in growing yellow poppies in your flower beds, they do best in moist soil.

They also prefer to be in the shade instead of the direct sun. If you plan on dividing them, this will need to be done early in the morning before it becomes too hot. These plants can self-seed when they have the right soil and care. You do not have to worry about these plants taking over your garden. Even if they do self-seed, they will be a small part of your garden, only sticking to the shady areas. This is great for flower beds that may be in the shade all day. Consider adding these plants around the shady parts of your property. For example, behind your home would be a great location for the yellow wood poppy. 

 Yellow poppies are a great addition to any garden.

You will just need to make sure that you keep them shaded and well-watered. If you are interested in adding a unique flower to your gardens, consider the yellow poppy. These beautiful flowers will add a lot of curb appeal to your home.

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Yellow Wood Poppy - Celandine Poppy

 

 The yellow wood poppy, also known as the celandine poppy, is a gorgeous flower with rich yellow flowers. This gorgeous poppy has four yellow petals, two sepals, many orange-yellow stamens, as well as a single stigma. These flowers can be seen in groups or just as a single flower. The flower blooms in early spring through to early summer. These flowers are a pollen-producing plant, meaning that you will be able to attract bees to your yard. This is perfect for those areas where honeybee numbers are dwindling. By planting these flowers, you are helping your local pollinators be well fed. 

 If you are interested in growing yellow poppies in your flower beds, they do best in moist soil.

They also prefer to be in the shade instead of the direct sun. If you plan on dividing them, this will need to be done early in the morning before it becomes too hot. These plants can self-seed when they have the right soil and care. You do not have to worry about these plants taking over your garden. Even if they do self-seed, they will be a small part of your garden, only sticking to the shady areas. This is great for flower beds that may be in the shade all day. Consider adding these plants around the shady parts of your property. For example, behind your home would be a great location for the yellow wood poppy. 

 Yellow poppies are a great addition to any garden.

You will just need to make sure that you keep them shaded and well-watered. If you are interested in adding a unique flower to your gardens, consider the yellow poppy. These beautiful flowers will add a lot of curb appeal to your home.

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