Tall flat sedge Cyperus eragrostis. Spanish Americans use it with tomatoes, onions, and seasonings, calling it Verdolagas. Curly bladder mallow Herissantia crispa. Greene's hawkweed Hieracium greenei. Staphyleaceae - Bladdernut family.
flying in the land of tiny yellow flowers
In the fall, they turn shiny bronze. Curly bladder mallow Herissantia crispa. Lemmon's ragwort Senecio lemmonii. Outer petals much larger. Western deerweed Acmispon glaber.
Yellow Wildflowers of West and Southwest USA
Parish's poppy Eschscholzia parishii. Tall flat sedge Cyperus eragrostis. Broadleaf arnica Arnica latifolia. Lobeleaf groundsel Packera multilobata. Starry bedstraw Galium stellatum. Orobanchaceae - Broom-rape family. Commelinaceae - Spiderwort family. Lyall's goldenweed Tonestus lyallii. Fendler's bladderpod Physaria fendleri. Newberry twinpod Physaria newberryi.
The plant is often confused with marijuana, but marijuana is a heterosexual plant. Towering lousewort Pedicularis procera. Loganiaceae - Logania family. Arrowleaf ragwort Senecio triangularis. Spreads by rooting at each node. This tree was planted, but Flannel Bush grows wild small yellow wildflowers Oakhurst. Texas prickly pear Opuntia Lindheimeri. Idaho gumweed Grindelia nana.
Rosary babybonnets Coursetia glandulosa. Once used medicinally by natives.
Wildflowers of the United States
Leaves ovate, nearly triangular, toothed margins, to 2", on a basal leaf stalk up to 6" long. Prostrate capeweed Arctotheca prostrata. Palmer's agave Agave Palmeri. Horned spurge Euphorbia brachycera.
Small Yellow Flowers
Parry's thistle Cirsium parryi. Yellow rabbitbrush Chrysothamnus viscidiflorus. Mojave ragwort Senecio mohavensis.