Callirhoe pedata (Nutt. ex Hook.)

Common name: finger poppy mallow

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Notice that the sepals do not have the extra bracts, as C. involucrata does. Also notice that the edges of the petals are a bit fringed, unlike the smoother petals of
C. involucrata.
The inflorescences are often solitary and can reach up to 100 cm.

The pedicels can grow to be 14 cm long.

Here you can see the stamens,
fused and surrounding the pistil.