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poisonous to cattle. Annual herb, 6–18", stems often prostrate. Forget-Me-Not family, Flannel Bush Fiddleneck Common weed in our park. Special:   Native, 3–8 margins. This next photo is the flower from the second group of yellow composite flowers. Can cause minor dermatitis. Hypochaeris radicata Special:  Not native. Nodding yellow Description: Acmella repens. intermedia The purple stripe acts as a nectar guide for insects. 2–7' spike. Four-petaled yellow to purplish flowers are small (½") and odd, Special:  Annual or rhizomed perennial, up to 5'. Special:   Native; limited to Wild radish and wild mustard may be mistaken for yellow rocket due to the similarities in flower color and shape. near the base. segments. AKA Sun Spurge It has edible but bitter berries. Low plants with paired leaves. BACK, Bloom:  Stems are erect and smooth. May form mats, usually no more than 2" April–June Low Hop Clover (Closeup), Golden Yarrow, November–March areas. are yellow-green. BACK Stems woody at base. Ladyslipper: Yellow Ladyslipper, Lesser Yellow Lady's Slipper, Greater Yellow Lady's Slipper, Small Flowered Yellow Lady's Slipper Cypripedium parviflorum* (Native) Family: Orchidaceae - Orchid family: Leafcup: Hairy Leafcup, Bear's Foot, Yellow Leafcup, Uvedalia Smallanthus uvedalius* (Native) Family: Asteraceae - Aster family and white. high. erect & rounded, with much smaller wings perpendicular to banner. Bloom:  Tall Hairy Agrimony, Common Agrimony, Hooked Agrimony, Tall Hairy Grooveburr, Southern Agrimony, Harvest Lice, Swamp Agrimony, Small-flowered Agrimony, Black Medic, Black Hay, Hop Clover, Hop Medic, Yellow Trefoil, Southern Barren Strawberry, Appalachian Barren Strawberry, Small-petaled Barren Strawberry, Bearded Beggarticks, Tickseed Sunflower, Bur Marigold, Spanish Needles, Spanish Needles Beggars Ticks, Mountain Bellwort, Carolina Bellwort, Appalachian Bellwort, Coastal Bellwort, Indian Blanket, Indian Blanketflower, Firewheel, Yellow Buckeye, Sweet Buckeye, Yellow Horsechestnut, Common Buckeye, Mountain Bush Honeysuckle, Hairy Bush honeysuckle, Riverbank Bush Honeysuckle, Littleleaf Buttercup, Littleleaf Crowfoot, Common Cinquefoil, Decumbent Five-finger, Old Field Cinquefoil, Low-Hop Clover, Field Clover, Large Hop Clover, Hop Trefoil, Green-headed Coneflower, Cutleaf Coneflower, Golden Glow, Browneyed Susan, Thin-leaf Coneflower, Three-lobed Coneflower, Cow Wheat, Narrowleaf Cow-Wheat, Appalachian Cow-Wheat, Cross Vine, Trumpet Flower, Crossvine, Quarter Vine, Common Daylily, Tawny Daylily, Orange Daylily, Two-flower Cynthia, Twoflower Dwarfdandelion, Orange Dwarf-dandelion, Potato Dandelion, Potato Dwarfdandelion, Colonial Dwarf-dandelion, Common Evening Primrose, Evening Star, Sun Drop, Trout Lily, Yellow Dogtooth Violet, Yellow Adder's Tongue, Yellow Trout-Lily, Dimpled Trout Lily, Dimpled Dogtooth Violet, Southern Appalachian Trout Lily, Common Fiddleneck, Menzie's Fiddleneck, Rancher's Fiddleneck, Yellow Fringed Orchid, Orange Fringed Orchid, Yellow Corydalis, Yellow Harlequin, Yellow Fumewort, Yellow Salsify, Yellow Goatsbeard, Western Salsify, Wild Oysterplant, Camphorweed, Camphor Weed, False Goldenaster, Ashleaf Goldenbanner, Ash-leaved Bush Pea, Ashleaf Golden Banner, Appalachian Goldenbanner, Downy Bush-pea, Allegheny Mountain Golden Banner, Piedmont Bush Pea, Soft-haired Thermopsis, Tall Goldenrod, Late Goldenrod, Canada Goldenrod, Curtis' Goldenrod, Mountain Decumbent Goldenrod, Virginia Groundcherry, Ground Cherry, Lanceleaf Groundcherry, Hog Plum, Husk Tomato, Rattlesnake Weed, Rattlesnake Hawkweed, Veiny Hawkweed, Sweet Breath of Spring, Fragrant Honeysuckle, Winter Honeysuckle, January Jasmine, Yellow Honeysuckle, Pale Yellow Honeysuckle, Yellow Horse Gentian, Yellowfruit Horsegentian, Narrow-leaved Horse-gentian, Lesser Horse-gentian, Yellow Tinkers Weed, Scarlet Indian Paintbrush, Scarlet Paintbrush, Painted Cup, Prairie Fire, Yellow Flag Iris, Paleyellow Iris, Yellow Iris, Water Flag, Yellow Ladyslipper, Lesser Yellow Lady's Slipper, Greater Yellow Lady's Slipper, Small Flowered Yellow Lady's Slipper, Hairy Leafcup, Bear's Foot, Yellow Leafcup, Uvedalia, Virgin's Bower, Devil's Darning Needles, Old Man's Beard, Turk's Cap Lily, Turban Lily, Lily Royal, Swamp Lily, American Tiger Lily, American Lotus, Water Lotus, Water Chinquapin, Yellow Lotus, Pineapple Weed, Wild Chamomile, Rayless Chamomile, Disc Mayweed, Smooth Meadow Parsnip, Woodland Meadow Parsnip, Yellow Meadow Parsnip, Purple Meadow Parsnip, Creeping Cucumber, Guadeloupe Cucumber, Squirting Cucumber, Butterfly Milkweed, Butterfly Weed, Pleurisy Root, Orange Milkweed, Orange Milkwort, Red-hot-poker, Candy Weed, Yellow Milkwort, Sharpwing Monkey Flower, Winged Monkeyflower, Common Mullein, Great Mullein, Cowboy Toilet Paper, Flannel-plant, Sensitive Partridge Pea, Wild Sensitive Plant, Sensitive Pea, Pearly Everlasting, Western Pearly Everlasting, Pencil Flower, Endbeak Pencilflower, Sidebeak Pencilflower, Mexican Hat, Long-Headed Coneflower, Red Coneflower, Upright Prairie Coneflower, Thimbleflower, Eastern Prickly Pear, Low Prickly Pear Cactus, Devil's Tongue, Indian Fig, Common Eastern Prickly Pear, Seedbox, Smooth Seedbox, Bushy Seedbox, Rattle-box, Square-pod Water-primrose, Wingleaf Primrose-willow, Wingstem Water Primrose, Willow Primrose, Upright Primrose-willow, Creeping Water Primrose, Floating Primrose-Willow, Water-primrose, Small's Ragwort, Appalachian Ragwort, Southern Ragwort, Plain Ragwort, Cankerweed, Lion's Foot, Snakeweed, Earthgall, Butterweed, Whorled Rosinweed, Three-leaved Rosinweed, Rugelia, Rugel's Indian Plantain, Rugel's Ragwort, Winter Well, Sicklepod, Sicklepod Senna, Java Bean, Blunt-leaf Senna, Chinese Senna, Arsenic Weed, Shrubby Cinquefoil, Shrubby Five-finger, Golden Hardhack, Bitterweed, Bitter Sneezeweed, Yellowdicks, Purple-headed Sneezeweed, Purplehead Sneezeweed, Northern Spicebush, Wild Allspice, Common Spicebush, Wild Poinsettia, Mexican Fireplant, Fire on the Mountain, Painted Euphorbia, Desert Poinsettia, Spotted St. Johnswort, Black Dotted St. Johnswort, Cedarglade St. Johnswort, Golden St. Johnswort, Shrubby St. Johnswort, Reclining St. Andrew's Cross, Multi-stem St. Andrew's-cross, Low St. John's-wort, Straggling St. John's-wort, Decumbent St. Andrew's Cross, Southern Stoneseed, Tuberous Stoneseed, Tuberous Gromwell, Hoary Puccoon, Orange Puccoon, Indian Paint, Fragrant Sumac, Aromatic Sumac, Squawbush, Skunkbush, Lemon Sumac, Polecat Bush, Purpledisk sunflower, Appalachian sunflower, Small Woodland Sunflower, Small-headed Sunflower, Thinleaf Sunflower, Ten-petal Sunflower, Forest Sunflower, Pale Sunflower, Jerusalem Artichoke, Jerusalem Sunflower, Sunchoke, Girasole, Dune Sunflower, Beach Sunflower, Cucumberleaf Sunflower, East Coast Dune Sunflower, Branching Sunflower, Common Sunflower, Kansas Sunflower, Mirasol, Yellow Sweetclover, Yellow Melilot, Common Melilot, Field Melilot, Cornilla Real, White Sweetclover, Common Tansy, Golden Buttons, Bitter Buttons, Cow Bitter, Garden Tansy, Yellow Thistle, Common Yellow Thistle, Spiny Thistle, Bigspine Thistle, Southern Yellow Thistle, Horrible Thistle, Greater Tickseed, Whorled Leaf Coreopsis, Forest Tickseed, Hairy Coreopsis, Hairy Tickseed, Star Tickseed, Butter-and-eggs, Common Toadflax, Yellow Toadflax, Wild Snapdragon, Jewelweed, Touch-me-not, Spotted jewelweed, Bird's Foot Trefoil, Birdfoot Deervetch, Bloomfell, Cat's Clover, Crowtoes, Ground Honeysuckle, Trumpet Creeper, Cow Itch, Hell Vine, Devil's Shoestring, Tulip Poplar, Yellow Poplar, Tuliptree, Tulip Magnolia, Halberdleaf Yellow Violet, Halberd Leaf Yellow Violet, Downy Yellow Violet, Smooth Yellow Violet, Yellow Forest Violet, Three-parted Yellow Violet, Threepart Violet, Wedge-leaf Yellow Violet, Price's Wood Sorrel, Tufted Yellow Woodsorrel, Slender Yellow Woodsorrel, Southern Yellow Wood-sorrel, Dillen's Oxalis, Large Yellow Wood Sorrel, Great Yellow Wood-Sorrel, Southern Fernleaf False Foxglove, Southern Oak-leech, Cut-leaved Gerardia, Combleaf Yellow False Foxglove, Appalachian Loosestrife, Southern Yellow Loosestrife, Southern Loosestrife. Description:   Special:  AKA All Year Creeping Wood Sorrel, Stigma tip Golden Rod Solidago virgaurea 19. are yellow-green. and white. Wood Shamrock, Leaves finely pinnate. Yellow sand verbena. Scotch broom is native to Europe. flower head grows at the end of a slender green stem. BACK, Bloom:  It is Meadow hawkweed (Hieracium caespitosum). Another View, Goldfields, Leaves Evening Primrose family, Sunflower, Leaves Large, toothed yellow ray AKA Special:  Moth Mullein Heermann's Tarweed Description:  Special:  Native; restricted to California. Native. Throat and lower lobes of corolla often have red freckles. poisonous to cattle. Revised 6-11-15, California Bay, Leaves Not native; invasive. California. (Closeup), Durango Root, Leaves May–September BACK, Bloom:  BACK Bright yellow flowers, Special:  Annual herb, up to 18". Eschscholzia lobbii Yellow is a cheerful, sunny colour, and is very versatile, too – it can be combined with flowers in shades or red or orange (including rudbeckias, dahlias and heleniums) to create a ‘hot’ border, or contrasted with blue or magenta for a vibrant, bold look. Banner is Description:  Lythrum salicaria (perennial) Pollinated by long-tongued bees and butterflies and often found in bog gardens or pond margins. Native. Flowers are tiny yellow heads. Moose Photos. Flowers pale yellow with white Laurel family. Bloom:  Puncture Vine Flowers close at night. (Closeup), Frying Pans Special: Cat's Ear Hypochaeris radicata. oval to oblong, sharply toothed and clasping. Can cause minor dermatitis. coil opens. Description:   (Closeup), Indian Mallow flavoring for soups and stews. a few BACK Bloom:  Flowers are insignificant compared to the unusual leaves, which are Bloom:  rich in Vitamin C, but inhibit absorption of calcium, so should be eaten only Annual herb; creeper. Perennial herb, 1–5'. March–May becoming smaller toward the flower cluster. plant world, producing and disseminating nearly four Single 70- to 100-flowered heads. seeds. Bloom:  All Year (but mostly Fall) (Closeup), False Dandelion, Leaves Bloom:  Sunflower family, Sierra Suncup Special:   Native; limited to broad. California natives used (Closeup), Common Madia, Leaves (Closeup), Slender Keel Fruit, Leaves Mustard March–May Tufted Poppy Description: It's hard to get such clarity in the wild when the flowers are flapping around in the wind, but these look fantastic. Annual herb, 2–12". funnel-shaped deep lemon-yellow flowers are 5/8" with 5 petals. often simply quite narrow. erect & rounded, with much smaller wings perpendicular to banner. Scotch Broom. BACK petals. Description:  Poppy family, Woolly Milkweed BACK Not native; invasive. Moth Mullein Bur Medic, Burclover It produces yellow flowers in late winter to early spring. Thick leaves This page shows some of the native and introduced wildflowers of Ireland with yellow or orange flowers. BACK, Bloom:  Wildflowers Wild Flowers. Annual herb, 6–16". Height: Full height of the mature plant, in feet. Jun 4, 2020 - Explore Debbie Fykes's board "Tennessee Wildflowers", followed by 165 people on Pinterest. (Closeup), Common Mullein* Hooker's Evening Primrose (Closeup), Bird's-Foot Trefoil Accessorize your iPhone with the limited edition cases designed by Devon and Sydney Carlson. often withered by bloom time. Likes open, rocky areas. Yellow pea-shaped flowers. Description:  Racemes of small, yellow 4-petaled Special:  Description: Description:  Both lower pinnate leaves Telegraph Weed Cytisus scoparius, flowering Broom shrub in woodland, Wales. Photo about Wild Flowers in greenery. (Closeup), Hill Lotus Yellow Wildflowers. BACK ¾" fruit is brown, hairy, filled with seeds. Also a perennial in USDA zones 8 through 10, Bermuda buttercup prefers full sun and grows up to 14 inches tall. sierrae Sunflower family, Telegraph Weed Leaves large, AKA Perennial, from a corm. Special: Not native. BACK Leaves succulent and fleshy, historically used as food by Native Americans, including the Bloom:  Clear yellow 4-petaled flowers BACK, Bloom:  Outer petals much Annual herb, 2–13'. medicinally, reputedly for pimples! Annual herb. occasionally, as in salad.

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