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Yellow flowers with seven or eight toothed petals. The stems are spindly and leaves feathery. They grow in clumps or clusters and stand 2 ft tall.
Found in rocky Ozarks mountainside in an old field clearing.
This flower was found in the ghost town remains of Melva, MO. I imagine that it could be a naturalized decendant of garden flowers.
Spotted on Oct 6, 2013
Submitted on Oct 7, 2013