Betty LaRue Posted October 8, 2015 Share Posted October 8, 2015 I've spent scads of time over 3 days trying to ID this flower. It came up volunteer in a bed where I have honeysuckle growing and has been blooming here in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma for about 4-6 weeks. The plant is scraggly bushy on stems that kind of go ever which way, and is about 3-4 feet high and full of these yellow blooms. The leaves are serrate and the flowers are two inches across. The nearest I can find that looks like these are Camphorweed, one of the varieties. Yet I can't find any that have leaves that look like mine, and when I crush a leaf, it doesn't have the camphor odor. When I first saw the flowers, they reminded me of Coreopsis. But none of those fit, either. It's really quite attractive and butterflies love it. I'm stumped. I want to upload these images, but can't do it with keywords of "yellow wildflower" https://www.dropbox.com/home/Betty?preview=_BAL0734- https://www.dropbox.com/s/41hapsy45eik36t/_BAL0737-flower.jpg?dl=0 Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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