Quite common in Denmark, southern and central Sweden, but rare further north. Common in the UK.

It is a member of the Poppy family and no relation to the lesser celandine (Ranunculus ficaria).

Like many toxic plants, used by the right people in the right quantities they can be medicinal. Try reading 'A Hat Full of Sky'.

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