4 responses to “Argemone munita subsp. rotundata”

  1. Margarida

    Every day I come here to see the day flower/plant.
    Every day I look for a flower.
    Thank you for your work here.

  2. George L. in Vermont

    Love this family! So distinctive and so diverse. I think one of the highest growing vascular plants on the planet is a poppy species in the Himalaya? Here in New England the Bloodroot is a gorgeous spring ephemeral, and Celandine is a naturalised import, each with distinctive Poppy Family sap; red in the Bloodroot, and the thick orange sap in Celandine is renowned as a topical treatment for warts.
    I recommend the site on endemism and diversity Daniel cited yesterday. Succinct overview of ecological context for the different regions, plant database, and references section for further reading. Click back for link.

  3. yousatonmycactus

    This has to be a close cousin to the matilija poppy.

  4. Beverley

    Argemone munita – Z7 – RHS Index of Garden Plants, Griffiths

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