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Cream Cup

Platystemon californicus

Mojave desert wildflower, Cream Cup
Platystemon californiacus - Poppy
6 petals, may be ice white or have butter yellow on petals; many stamens; hairy stems. 4" to 12" high.

Flowers: petals white to cream colored, sometimes with yellow tip and/or base, rarely gold overall, sometimes tinged red in age.

Flowering early-late spring. Open, grassy areas with loose or disturbed soil or following burns; 0-1000(-2000) m; Ariz., Calif., Nev., Oreg., Utah; Mexico (Baja California).

from - EFlora.org

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