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Ratibida pinnata

Yellow Coneflower or Gray-Headed Coneflower typically occurs in dry woods, prairies and along railroad tracks and roads. A somewhat rough-looking plant that features pinnately divided leaves (to 5-inch long) on stiff stems growing 3-5 feet tall. The composite flowers have a dull-gray central disk . . .[ . . . more ]

Hypoxis hirsuta

Yellow Star-grass is easily overlooked until you have discovered them once, then they become an anticipated sign of spring. They can do well in a sunny dry garden spot but do not compete well with larger plants if that is what you must have. It has 2 to 6 bright yellow star-shaped flowers on slende . . .[ . . . more ]

Erythronium americanum

Yellow Trout Lily (Erythronium americanum), Yellow Fawn Lily and Yellow Dog-tooth Violet is a spring wildflower that occurs in moist woods, on wooded slopes and bluffs, and along streams. A single, nodding, bell- or lily-shaped yellow flower blooms atop a naked scape sheathed by two glossy, tongu . . .[ . . . more ]

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