Stylophorum diphyllum

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Noun1.Stylophorum diphyllum - perennial herb native to woodland of the eastern United States having yellow flowersStylophorum diphyllum - perennial herb native to woodland of the eastern United States having yellow flowers
poppy - annual or biennial or perennial herbs having showy flowers
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Tim Lever gives an illustrated talk on The Kingdom of Bhutan in Search of the Pink Poppywort to the Maenan Gardening Club, 7.
This time the quest was for Meconopsis integrifolia, the yellow poppywort, thought to grow in Western China, near the Tibetan border This time he took a boat, one to China and then another, much smaller, to navigate along the Yangtze River.
There is nothing wrong with using them but this ignores the masses of dwarf rhododendrons, primulas, drabas and androsace, gentians, poppyworts (Meconopsis), daphnes, dwarf bulbs and willows.