Mystery plant 066

This plant can be found in the eastern portion (and possibly a bit of the mid-western portion) of North America.  When you recognize it, please leave a comment with the common name, scientific name and any personal connection you may have with the plant.

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Entire plant in bloom

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Stalk, flower bud and opening flower

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Flowers in bloom

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Leaves

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Seed pod

 

ANSWER (subsequently added to this post to facilitate the “search” function for these images): Celandine poppy (Stylophorum diphyllum)

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12 Responses to Mystery plant 066

  1. Cat Lane says:

    Stylophorum diphylum, Celandine poppy.

  2. Julianne Pinsak says:

    wood poppy

  3. Val says:

    Would it be the Celandine Poppy (Stylophorum diphyllum)?

  4. Carol Hight says:

    Celandine Poppy Stylophorum diphyllum

  5. Carola says:

    It looks to me to be a Wood Poppy. With the help of Amanda’s Gardens from Springwater, NY, I’ve had much help in trying to establish plants that are Native to our area and this is one of them.

  6. April Winchell says:

    I would say it is Stylophorum diphyllum aka Wood Poppy or Celandine Poppy in the Papaveraceae family. We had these in our yard when I was growing up, in Michigan.

  7. kerry taylor says:

    ranunculus repens or meadow buttercup

  8. kerry taylor says:

    Oh wait, was I ever wrong. I was dealing w/pics the size of a postage stamp. Now that I’ve posted, I see a much larger image (isn’t that ALWAYS the case when posting on a public forum?? My bad).

  9. Donna says:

    Looks like Ranunculus bulbosus, bulbous buttercup.

  10. Rachel S Dutton says:

    looks like Stylophorum diphyllum Woodland Poppy

  11. Victor Poole says:

    Buttercup (Ranunculus repens).

  12. Angelyn says:

    As so many of you noted, this is Celandine poppy (Stylophorum diphyllum), also known as Wood poppy. The first time I saw this plant was at a local botanical garden. Now, I visit there every spring to enjoy the bright yellow flowers.

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