Its a nice we plant Sharon.
The leaves certainly look like M. rudis, but i alwasy theough the anthers were white? I had a look in teh Chris Grey Wilson Book and it seems to be very close to M. bijiangensis. Take a look Page 271. as the anthers and stamens look exactly like your plant. Even the leaves with the broad winges petiole seem good
take a look and let us know your thoughts.
Meconopsis rudis and M. bijiangensis are very closely related and both have filaments which are the same colour as the petals or darker. Chris Grey-Wilson states in his book 'The prime and over-riding difference in the two species can be observed in the centre of the flower: in M. rudis the filaments are spreading and linear, while in M. balangensis the inner filaments are inflated like tiny sausage balloons and curved inwards to enclose the ovary.'