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Linaria vulgaris


It has yellow and orange pea-like flowers, 1 inch tall, each made of 5 petals fused together in a snapdragon-like flower. A thin spur below each flower contains nectar.


Spotted on the Tamarac Blackbird Drive. It grows along roads, open fields with sun.


Butter-and-eggs was introduced from Europe, escaped from gardens, and now grows throughout Minnesota. When its flower is pinched, it opens wide like a frog's mouth, providing its other common name, Toadflax.

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Tamarac Connie
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Tamarac Connie

Rochert, Minnesota, United States

Spotted on Aug 17, 2020
Submitted on Aug 17, 2020

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