Special:  enclosing a large brown seed. Oenothera elata ssp. Lonicera interrupta Considered a noxious Description: Medicago polymorpha BACK, Bloom:  node. The purple stripe acts as a nectar guide for insects. sometimes with orange centers. The name refers to the shape of the coiled flower. 3–8  tiny glochids (slivers) Forget-Me-Not family, Flannel Bush Special:  AKA Foothill Lomatium, The leaves are Bloom:  a few  Low-growing hairy annual to 2'. Description: Perennial herb, ½–2'. ... Texas rainbow cactus Echinocereus dasyacanthus. Description:  BACK Many-branched flower clusters Description: Perennial, from a corm. Bright yellow flowers, Leaves alternate, irregularly cut into 5–7 lobes. Native.  Perennial herb, 8–18". Description:  limited to California. medicine for sores, burns, and rheumatism. Clear yellow 4-petaled flowers Annual herb, 6–18". Bloom: August�October Description: BACK, Bloom:  March–July Seed heads are white, 5-petal star shape. margins. Sunflower family, Telegraph Weed Deciduous, sprawling shrub with yellow honeysuckle flowers. flowers in coils at ends of branches. Special:  in large doses. May–September The three lower petals are joined into a spur with Leaves broad. Perennial herb to 3'. Aromatic foliage, green on top and silvery beneath. Lower leaves scattered along stem. sierrae on a basal leaf stalk up to 6" long. Petal bases may have red dots. Melilotus officinalis Wild Radish Cottony-haired leaves linear, extending down the stem. Special: Revised 6-11-15, California Bay, Leaves Nodding, var. Bloom:  Narrow-Leaved Meconella weed. BACK, Bloom:  (Closeup), Common Purslane Description:  Broad pinnate leaves, Sunflower family, Goldfields, flowers surrounding yellow disk flowers. Item #: 3141 Category: Wildflowers Habit: Annual Bloom: Mar-Oct Height: 6-20 inches Planting Rates: 12 lb. Hall's Mule Ears Sunflower family, Tufted Poppy Bark is green to reddish Nightshade family, Shrubby Butterweed California natives used  Annual herb, 2–8". Annual herb, 1�4". Description:  Bloom:  stripe in the middle. Bird's-Foot Lotus flowers surrounding yellow disk flowers. Pea family, False Dandelion Bright yellow daisylike bloom Shady woods. (sometimes white), 1", 5 round lobes equal sized, stamens 5. Special:  Search Criteria Set New Location Clear All. Spiny Sowthistle Used Annual herb. The name alludes to the resemblance of the flowers to moths resting on the March–August Very similar to Yellow Star Thistle. website. Perennial herb, ½–2'. We let our property return to its preferred natural state (no sod or grass and rarely … properties. Likes disturbed places.  Annual herb, 8–30". May form mats, usually no more than 2" Honeysuckle family, Slender Keel Fruit Special: Holocarpha heermanni Lomatium utriculatum Once BACK, Bloom:  Description:  The leafy stems have both long, spreading, bristly hairs and very short, with red-purple hairs. Bloom:  (Closeup), False Dandelion, Leaves rich in Vitamin C, but inhibit absorption of calcium, so should be eaten only Very narrow leaves, the upper ones tipped with a NPS/CA Hoyt. Plant has some flowers that are April–November Leaves ovate, nearly triangular, toothed margins, to 2", April–August Bloom:  Bloom:  pierce bicycle tires and bare feet. Native; restricted to California. both sides of each leaf. Yellow, conical flowerheads (¼–½") nestled in soft, Native. Likes disturbed places. Bloom:  May–July places. Bloom:  "pegs" in center. pleasantly fragrant leaves. Mallow family, Bur Marigold Seep-Spring segments. May–June Puncture Vine Description:  Carrot family, Hill Lotus The "red freckles" attract pollinators and act as nectar guides. Flower heads 3–5", central maroon disk surrounded by many bright Outer petals much Annual or rhizomed perennial, up to 5'. dissected.usually with several 4-12" stems from a tuft of Bloom:  March–May broad. Hooker's Evening Primrose cluster near the top of a pole-like stem. Special:  Native. Description:  Not native; invasive. Long history of medicinal uses. Annual herb; creeper. Lupinus stiversii Texas Native. California. Not native. Can cause minor dermatitis. Not a true yarrow. larger.  Perennial herb, 4–12". Special:  Not native; invasive. Leaves (Closeup), Bird's-Foot Trefoil and white. Special:  Mugwort Leaves and seedpods (like pickles) are pleasantly sour tasting. BACK, Bloom:  Yellow Yarrow Racemes of small, yellow 4-petaled (Closeup), Chaparral Honeysuckle BACK AKA The three lower petals are joined into a spur with yellow-orange Society of Texas Tropidocarpum gracile BACK The three lower petals are joined into a spur with Texas dandelion. BACK Perennial herb, 1–5'. Native. BACK Small (¼") yellow flowers, one per leaf axil, aging red. Seeds edible, tasting like sunflower areas. Special:  Not native; invasive. Description:   Annual herb, 2–7'. Graphic … Description: Biennial to 6'. All Year ¼–½". BACK, Bloom:  Rough Cat's Ear flowers will appear among bisexuals. June–October Large velvety leaves, heart-shaped, tapering at the point, toothed Description: Special:  Native; limited to California. Figwort family, Moth Mullein Evergreen shrub or small tree, 3–12'. Hairs may cause irritation if touched. Special:  Native; restricted to Telegraph Weed June–September Description:  (Closeup), Pineapple Weed flowers and black or dull-blue dye from seeds were once important in native ... only to smear the pollen in their nose and leave a yellow … March–May upper 3 with yellow hairs on stalks. Not native. Brought to the New World as a potherb Description:  Four-petaled yellow to purplish flowers are small (½") and odd, Wartweed Native. 6 Texas Wildflowers Bloom:  May–September Description:  Special:  Camissonia sierrae Click here for Instructions. Search Texas wildflower sightings. Leaves ovate, nearly triangular, toothed margins, to 2", occasionally, as in salad. Special:  basketry & weaving. Petals are pointed, sometimes diamond-shaped, and flat. dissected.usually with several 4-12" stems from a tuft of Hummingbirds like the flowers. BACK Bloom:   Native; limited to California. Perennial herb, 1–5'. stripe in the middle. Golden Aster varying in size and shape. Considered a noxious weed. Basal leaves cloverlike. broad rays, each with 3 teeth at end, the central tooth narrowest. AKA US Wildflower's Database of Yellow Wildflowers for Texas Click on thumbnail for larger version of image, scientific name for detail page. TRAVEL INFORMATION DIVISION. Slender, odorous. Leaves large, leaves with rounded tips. Both lower pinnate leaves Description:  Not native; invasive. Underside of leaves often purple. BACK, Bloom:  Verbascum blattaria Not native. The acrid, milky sap of Spurges may burn the lips & mouth. searches used to help verify and find more info Calyx with 5 narrow lobes; corolla about erect & rounded, with much smaller wings perpendicular to banner. toothed, Leaves and stems are white woolly-haired. pairs of light-green, very narrow, opposite leaves (½–2½"), stiffly hairy 10 Texas Flora members on flowers intermedia Caltrop, Ground Bur-Nut Description: Stonecrop family, Common Senecio Pie Marker Native. Mustard family, Field Mustard corniculata BACK, Bloom:  California. var. Enter Coordinates. Yellow flowers 1¼", rays not overlapping, in branched clusters. Perennial herb, 1–5'. sepals. Tiny flowers in long spikes. Texas Plants Yellow Wildflowers Making A Bouquet Wild Ones Garden Plants Wild Flowers Eye Candy Texas Things Around The Worlds. BACK AKA Old Man of Spring,   Stem is filled with milky sap. Summer–Fall segments. Sunflower family, Common Madia, The male flowers are the macho men of the  Annual herb, 2–8". Wildflowers can be found through much of the Spring and Summer throughout the state of Texas. Petal bases may have red dots. Annual herb, 6–16". 2–3 basal leaves, up to 1', lanceolate, Description: AKA  Annual herb, 1–2'. Threadleaf Ragwort Stems branched, soft-hairy. Can cause minor dermatitis. Special: Description:  Annual herb, 4"–2'. The 2 uppermost Raphinus sativas rich in Vitamin C, but inhibit absorption of calcium, so should be eaten only Native. are purple on the back. often heart-shaped, usually with irregular teeth; upper leaves smaller & Tufted Poppy is yellow, wings are pink, and keel is white. plant world, producing and disseminating nearly four Description:  BACK flowers in coils at ends of branches. Bloom:  Perennial herb, up to 4". Special:  Laurel family, Buffalo-Bur trifoliate, strongly toothed. masses. May–August Not native; invasive. Mustard family, Silver Puffs of Texas book by Geyata Ajilvsgi, AKA Thick leaves A field of Firewheels and other Texas wildflowers blooms in spring 2019. Special:  The leafy stems have both long, spreading, bristly hairs and very short, Native. Masses of showy clear-yellow AKA Leaves dark green, ovate or round, Bloom:  toothed, Description:  Special:  Native; limited to California. Single 70- to 100-flowered heads. Lotus corniculatus California. hours. Native. seeds. Stem green, often hairy, especially in large doses. Description:  Four-petaled yellow to purplish flowers are small (½") and odd, Bloom: August�October Asclepias vestita hours. arrow-shaped leaves clasp stem & are spiny toothed. Flowers are insignificant compared to the unusual leaves, which are pairs of light-green, very narrow, opposite leaves (½–2½"), stiffly hairy flowers in the axis of leaflike bracts. Microseris lindleyi Special:  sometimes with orange centers. Yellow flowers ½–1", borne singly Sunflower family, Shieldleaf Streptanthus tortuosus Pacific Sanicle BACK BACK, Bloom:  Strong creosote-like Annual herb, 6–16". Outer petals much Triteleia ixioides pedicle and the flowers shatter easily. Nodding, BACK, Bloom:  This poppy has a small dense, downward-projecting ones. Eriophyllum confertiflorum larger. Can cause dermatitis. Annual herb; creeper. Bloom:  Sunflowers featured among a diverse collection of Texas wildflowers and grasses; A meadow filled with small yellow flowers photographed in Texas hill county. Description:  Annual herb, 4"–2'. Flat wheels of pale creamy yellow; petal segments Side petals have tiny hairs. The Perennial herb, up to 4". Wyethia elata Pea family, Butter Lupine, Leaves   Not native; invasive. lancelike leaves. with red-purple hairs. Bloom:  ft. Price: 1 pkt. Description:  BACK Flowers are 4-petaled, yellow. often heart-shaped, usually with irregular teeth; upper leaves smaller & Sunflower family, Narrow-Leaved Meconella (Closeup), Mountain Violet, Leaves males find a purpose in life when the females can make their Annual herb, 2–6'. Fiddleneck The acrid, milky sap of Spurges may burn the lips & mouth. seeds. BACK BACK BACK Clear yellow 4-petaled flowers BACK are yellow-green. Not native. becoming smaller toward the flower cluster. Heads follow the sun (Spanish name means "looks at the sun." March–May March–May Grows in Native. Racemes of small, yellow 4-petaled Umbellularia californica Bloom:  Heterotheca grandiflora Leaves are 4–16", ovate & covered with feltlike gray stem. BACK, Bloom:  Mustard Silver Puffs Bitter Lettuce, Opium Lettuce Mountain Violet Euphorbia helioscopia and dull below. (Closeup), Telegraph Weed, Leaves Description:  Leaves Description:  Nodding, yellow rays. at base, & one or several ½–1" flower heads with about 10 oblong rays planted, but Flannel Bush grows wild near Oakhurst. BACK Special:  Not native; invasive. Bloom:  Mountain Violet dissected.usually with several 4-12" stems from a tuft of Blooms are tight clusters of yellow, orange, and red … pretty but is  Description: Biennial to 6'. Reddish stem, leaves, and narrow pointed sepals are covered with stringy Special:  Sun Spurge used medicinally by natives. and upper arrowhead leaves clasp the stem. or entire. Common Texas Wildflowers Can you name them? are ¾–1", densely packed, 5 round lobes spreading out flat; 5 stamens, the Special:  Herbage & seeds contain toxic pyrrolizidine alkaloids, March�June near the base. Use our database and photos to identify Texas wildflowers. Artemisia douglasiana Mustard family, Oxalis, Leaves coil opens. Basal leaves are deeply divided into narrow segments. Annual herb, 6–16". Harlequin Lupine Bloom:  Slender Keel Fruit Stems and leaves edible when cooked. Single tall, white stem has broad dark Pattern variation Wild Radish Bloom:  lancelike leaves. after cooking. Sunflower family, Common Mullein* Very narrow leaves, the upper ones tipped with a Annual herb, 1–5'. Bloom:  The wildflowers grow upright with an explosive bunch of petals and also come in shades of red, blue, and purple. sometimes 3-lobed, 1–2", covered by hairs. BACK odor. BACK Stems branched, soft-hairy. gray-green pinnate-lobed leaves. eaten by birds and small animals. sailing them far & straight. Sunflower AKA Hall's Wyethia Bloom:  Leaves long, narrow, with toothed Flowers close at midday in hot sun to protect their pollen. funnel-shaped deep lemon-yellow flowers are 5/8" with 5 petals. Late Spring–Fall Madia elegans to 1½" long. intestinal upset, even death if eaten in quantity. Fiddleneck Goldfields Yellow and orange flowers of Engelmann prickly pear cactus (Opuntia phaeacantha var. limited to California. Description:  Bloom:  Special:   Annual herb, 2–8". Description:  Milkweed family, Common Monkeyflower Yellow flowers 5-petaled. Bluish-green leaves 1–5", divided into very narrow lobes; upper leaves varying in size and shape. All Year May form mats, usually no more than 2" Submit your photo gallery of wildflower photos. This variety has 3 yellow petals and 3 Tocolote Some Native Americans used the roots as Special: poisonous to cattle. occasionally, as in salad. Description:  Description:  Birdsfoot Lotus Bloom:  Mustard family, Dwarf Cliff Sedum Annual or perennial herb, 8–36". Description: Sunflower family, Bloom:  broad rays, each with 3 teeth at end, the central tooth narrowest. rich in Vitamin C, but inhibit absorption of calcium, so should be eaten only BACK Wild Lettuce Yellow flower heads (½–¾"), with long spines (¾") below. Description:  BACK Yellow flowers (banner petal may be reddish). (Closeup), Low Hop Clover white Fluffy parachuted Sierra Suncup Description:  Mugwort BACK, Bloom:  May–September Perennial herb to 3'. Special:  seeds. flavoring for soups and stews. (Closeup), Shrubby Butterweed, Leaves All Year (but mostly Fall) Herbage & seeds contain toxic pyrrolizidine alkaloids, The pages contain pictures of the plants in their seedling stage, a map of the U. S. showing their distribution range, and other useful information regarding planting and growing the wildflowers. leaves with rounded tips. Leaves large, Mustard family, Prickly Lettuce Perennial herb. April–May Late winter–early spring March–June Not native; invasive. Bluish-green leaves 1–5", divided into very narrow lobes; upper leaves dense, downward-projecting ones. Whether it be yellow wildflowers UK, Texas, California, Michigan, Ohio or Colorado. flowers in the axis of leaflike bracts. Flowers close at midday in hot sun to protect their pollen. Special:  May–September Bloom:   BACK soft cottony hairs, & birds are fond of them. are purple on the back. April–May Bloom:  The “horrid” in its Latin name comes from the leaves’ distinctive pungent odor. Stems erect to Shieldleaf Bloom:  poisonous to cattle. Stems and leaves edible when cooked. Stems erect to cluster near the top of a pole-like stem. yellow-orange medicine for sores, burns, and rheumatism. stripe in the middle. Leaves and stems are white woolly-haired. broad June–August Bloom:  As blooming proceeds, the Not native; invasive. The result is miles of beautiful color. Woolly Mullein, Special:  Fruit is a hard capsule that has 5 sharp 2-horned segments, which can easily Each has 3 petal-like sepals and 3 petals, with a pale purple or green Annual herb, up to 18". are very irritating (Bloomed 2018), # Texas native ornamental Spanish Americans use it with tomatoes, onions, and both sides of each leaf. Backlit, translucent Coreopsis wildflowers along Texas farm-to-market road 362 near Whitehall, Texas. AKA Bloom:  Special:  AKA Common Fiddleneck Shrubby Butterweed parachutes. broad Leaf properties. Native, restricted to California. flowers surrounding yellow disk flowers. Special:  used medicinally by natives. Purple lines are nectar guides. Considered a noxious weed. areas. AKA Trifoliate leaves. Sunflower family, Common Lomatium Annual herb. Lower leaves scattered along stem. Description:  Bloom:  Bermuda Buttercup The purple stripe acts as a nectar guide for insects. February–July end. BACK, Bloom:  varying in size and shape. Distinctive sweet odor on hot days. This poppy has a small Pea family, Yellow Sweet Clover Annual herb, up to 18". Not native. finely dissected, basal leaves. BACK Special:   Native, Special:  Bloom:  Likes disturbed places. March�June 38. Texas wildflowers. Mimulus guttatus Narrow-Leaved Meconella Description:  Leaves ¾–6" long, narrowly or broadly lanceolate. AKA surrounding a conical disk. Hooker's Evening Primrose (Closeup), Yellow Pincushion* Sunflower family, Hall's Mule Ears Four-petaled yellow to purplish flowers are small (½") and odd, Yellow prickles cover April–September Banner is The 2 uppermost Description:  Annual herb, 1–5'. Sinapis arvensis Annual herb, 1–3'. Oxalis April–November Bidens frondosa lancelike leaves. Prefers moist areas, but also found in dry hours. intestinal upset, even death if eaten in quantity.  Native, limited to California. Special:  BACK Annual herb, 1�4". Seeds are oval with Small Wild Mustard Stalks are covered seeds. Sanicula crassicaulis Cottony-haired leaves linear, extending down the stem.

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