WILD SNAPDRAGONS

Lori Deiter

Central PA, United States

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  • 3/709 ~ Featured in Wildflowers of North America ~ thank you Vickie!!!!!!!!
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    Taken 7/6/08 – Field in Clarks Valley, Pennsylvania.
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    We call these wildflowers Wild Snapdragons, but they are also called Yellow Toadflax or “Butter and Eggs” (Linaria vulgaris). They grow wild in the fields where I live in central Pennsylvania, and flower from May to October. Origin – Native to Europe. This weedy but showy yellow species is simple to identify as nothing else in our flora looks like it. The plant can reach a height of 2 feet and are rarely branched. Leaves are alternate, pale green, narrow, 2 ½ inches long. Flowers appear in dense clusters. They are yellow with an orange throat and 1 to 2 inches long.
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    Canon EOS DIGITAL REBEL XTi
    F stop: F/9.0 Exposure: 1/400 sec.
    Focal length: 43.0 mm No Flash, Shutter speed (Tv): 8.6

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