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    09 / 10 / 2014

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This is a tall yellow wild flower (3-4 foot) that grows vigorously around my yard and I have seen it in other areas. It has a spike type yellow flower and is blooming now. Has nice leaf structure. Seems to be pretty invasive. Probably pretty common but not sure what it is. Appreciate any id help.


  • vawils Leaf Lover says:

    thanks for the reply and identification. much appreciated..moved to our current house 2 years ago and this plant is all over our property..too much so in some places, want to thin some of them out for sure…too much of a good thing…

    September 12th, 2014 at 7:00am

  • stone Master Identifier says:

    This fine native wildflower is one of the yellow verbesinas. Verbesina attracts a number of butterflies and other pollinators, and is a great wildflower. In my garden, I’ve found that the yellow verbesina is more prolific than the white, and I can imagine a case where the extras might should be dug up and shared, or thinned as needed. As they seem to spread from seed, rather than by stolons as turf does, they are very easy to control.

    September 11th, 2014 at 11:01am

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