- Flower nameStylomecon heterophyllum
- Scientific nameStylomecon heterophyllum
- AliasWind Poppy, Stylomecon heterophyllum, スティロメコン・ヘテロフィルム, ウィンドポピー
- Place of originNorth America of California and Orthern western Mexico
- Place of floweringBotanical Gardens
- Flowering seasonApril, May, June
- Language of flowersLove to
What is Stylomecon heterophyllum
Stylomecon heterophyllum or Wind Poppy, scientific name: Stylomecon heterophyllum, is an annual wild poppy of the Stylomecon genus, Papaveraceae family native to North America of California and Orthern western Mexico. One herb is composed of one species. It is also called the scientific name Stilomecon heterofilm. The plants are up to 60 cm tall and the leaves are deep-winged. From spring to early summer, orange flowers about 2 cm in diameter bloom at the end of thin flower stems. It is similar to the same wild poppy, dubium (scientific name: Papaver dubium).
Common name:Stylomecon heterophyllum or Wind Poppy, scientific name: Stylomecon heterophyllum, aka: Stylomecon heterophyllum, origin: North America of California and Mexico , life type: annual grass, plant height: 30 - 60 cm, Leaves: pinnate deep fissure, flower diameter: 2 cm, flower color: orange,number of petals: 4, flowering period: April to June, fruit type: capsule.