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Butter-and-Eggs (Lineria vulgaris): In the Snapdragon family. A European introduction. Blooms throughout the summer. Individual flowers reminiscent of "eggs frying in butter". Location: AT – Tar Jacket Ridge, GWNF, VA.
Nodding Bur-Marigold, Bidens cernua): Grows 1-3 feet. Thrives in wet, sunny places. Location: Pine Creek, PA.
Small Sundrops (Oenothera perennis): Note the 4 notched petals and thin green leaves. A daytime blooming primrose. Location: Soldiers’ Delight. Photo by Dimitri Tundra.
Common Tansy (Tanacetum vulgare): Alien. A ray-less composite in the daisy family. Note the fern-like leaves. Strongly scented. Location: Loyalsock Creek, PA.
Sun Flower-like Flowers (Con’t)
Marsh Marigold ( Caltha palustris) : As the name implies these flowers love water. Bloom April-June. Location: Cranberry Glades, MNF, WV.
Round-leaved Ragwort (Packera obovata ): Thicker bouquets than above. Oval, toothed basal leaves. Location: Mount Rogers N.R.A., VA. Blooms in July.