Unidentified Flowers by rocamiadesign

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This is just a temporary upload, to get help in identifying the flowers in the image below. It’s a crappy photo, but shows more detail of the rest of the plant.

If anybody else knows what these are, please leave a comment.


kathleen emerson, roca mia design, unidentified yellow flowers


  • Charmiene Maxwell-batten
    Charmiene Maxw...about 3 years ago


  • Bunny Clarke
    Bunny Clarkeabout 3 years ago

    Wonderful capture.

  • Ellanita
    Ellanitaabout 3 years ago

    It looks like Hypericum /St. Johns wart/or also known as Blood of Christ. If you squeeze the flower and the juice is red, than that’s Hypericum, however there is another similar plant with yellow blossoms but I don’t know the name…
    Hypericum ia a healing plant….x

  • Twilight-Dreamz
    Twilight-Dreamzabout 3 years ago

    Hey mom, Ellanita is close -I’m pretty sure it’s a species of Ragwort (Senecio Jacobaea) otherwise known as Ragweed or St. James wort

  • Thanks! You’ll see this all over around our camping spot.

    – rocamiadesign

  • Carla Wick/Jandelle Petters
    Carla Wick/Jan...about 3 years ago

    Don’t think this is the St.Johns wart I’m familiar with……Was running towards Golden Aster, Chrysopsis villosa or maybe even a variety of Silphium. Ugh…yellow flowers are HARD to ID…lol

  • colleensilkart
    colleensilkartabout 3 years ago

    it looks like wild kale gone to bloom.

  • Is wild kale edible?

    – rocamiadesign

  • colleensilkart
    colleensilkartabout 3 years ago

    yes, but like all wild things a little wooly :) i’ll post a photo of my kale blooming on facebook, you can see if you see a similarity.

  • I’ll check it out after we get back from camping this weekend. Jimmy picked a bunch of wild onions for me and I used them in a rice dish for Shaun and Ann’s anniversary dinner tomorrow. I’m also planning on throwing some in with the Lemon Chicken dish we’ll be roasting over the campfire. Wild onions are wonderful! They taste like a cross between green onions and chives. They’re a pain in the butt to clean, though, because they’re so tiny.

    – rocamiadesign

  • Twilight-Dreamz
    Twilight-Dreamzabout 3 years ago


  • Twilight-Dreamz
    Twilight-Dreamzabout 3 years ago

    They even have signs posted out in Star Meadows about how they are trying to eliminate it here for that reason.

  • owlspook
    owlspookabout 3 years ago

    I agree with Twilight Dreams … it’s a noxious weed! pretty but deadly ….

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