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   Papaveraceae - Poppy Family
corn poppyThere are about 200 species of woody plants, trees and shrubs in the poppy family. They are found in the Northern Hemisphere, usually in temperate areas. They are common in the Mediterranean region. Plants in this family have cup-shaped flowers with male and female parts. Plants include the California poppy, the Oriental poppy, celandine, bloodroot and the bush poppy.

 Fumariaceae - Bleeding-heart Family

bleeding heartFlowers in this family are bisexual. Most plants are found in temperate regions of the Northern Hemisphere. Plants include the bleeding-heart, spring fumewort, squirrel corn and Dutchman's-breeches.


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