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Alaska Wildflowers

<i>Anemone multifida</i> <br>cutleaf anemone
Anemone multifida
cutleaf anemone

Cutleaf anemone (Anemone multifida) is a small flowering plant, variable in color (with yellow, white, or purple sepals), that frequently grows in...

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The yellow-flowering heads of rocky mountain goldenrod (Solidago multiradiata)
Rocky Mountain goldenrod
Solidago multiradiata

Rocky Mountain goldenrod, Solidago multiradiata is a resilient perennial herb that thrives in Alaska and Western North America. Its vivid yellow flowering...

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Side view of Bupleurum americanum, commonly known as American thorow wax with numerous umbelleles of small yellow flowers and grasslike leaves
American thorow wax
Bupleurum americanum

Bupleurum americanum, commonly known as American thorow wax is a plant numerous umbelleles of small yellow flowers and grasslike leaves, frequently living...

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The nodding yellow flowers of Arnica lessingii, commonly known as nodding arnica or Lessing's arnica.
Nodding arnica – Arnica lessingii

Nodding arnica (Arnica lessingii) thrives in Alaska's moist habitats, notable for its yellow, nodding flower heads from June to September. This perennial...

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Dwarf alpine hawksbeard – Crepis nana
Dwarf alpine hawksbeard – Crepis nana

Crepis nana, the dwarf alpine hawksbeard, is a perennial herb found in Western North America, including Alaska, Northern Canada, Siberia, and parts...

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The flower of yellow marsh saxifrage (Saxifraga hirculus) with 5 yellow petals and orange proximal spots.
Yellow Marsh Saxifrage – Saxifraga hirculus

Yellow marsh saxifrage (Saxifraga hirculus) is a yellow flowering perennial forb/herb that lives in wet soils in arctic-alpine habitats. It's often identified...

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The yellow-petaled flowers of the snow buttercup (Ranunculus nivalis) in Denali National Park in Alaska.
Snow Buttercup – Ranunculus nivalis

Ranunculus nivalis, known as the Snow Buttercup, flourishes in cold, alpine regions from Canada to Siberia. Its vibrant yellow petals brighten scree...



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Drummond’s mountain avens – Dryas drummondii
Drummond’s mountain avens – Dryas drummondii

Drummond's Mountain Avens, or Dryas drummondii, is a small yellow-flowering shrub and herb that grows from a wooden base. It is a...

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Field locoweed – Oxytropis campestris
Field locoweed – Oxytropis campestris

Field locoweed (Oxytropis campestris) also frequently known as yellow oxytrope, is a white-to-yellow flowering plant frequently growing in gravelly or rocky terrain...

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Arctic yellow violet – Viola biflora
Arctic yellow violet – Viola biflora

Viola biflora, commonly known as Arctic yellow violet is a small, yellow-flowering plant with purple veins that lives in Alaska, western Canada,...

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Little yellow rattle –
Little yellow rattle – Rhinanthus minor

Rhinanthus minor, commonly known as Little Yellow Rattle is a yellow-flowering, hemiparasitic, plant with distribution across various habitats, and its nuanced role...

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Yellowstone draba – Draba incerta
Yellowstone draba – Draba incerta

Detailed information about Yellowstone draba (Draba incerta), a tufted perennial herb from North America. Learn about its unique features, historical uses, potential...

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Butter and eggs – Linaria vulgaris
Butter and eggs – Linaria vulgaris

Butter and eggs, or toadflax is a yellow and white flowering, snap-dragon like plant that is native to Europe and parts of...

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Oneflower cinquefoil – Potentilla uniflora
Oneflower cinquefoil – Potentilla uniflora

The oneflower cinquefoil (Potentilla uniflora) is a yellow-flowering perennial herb that grows in gravelly soils and tundra and is covered in silky...

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Marsh fleabane
Marsh fleabane – Tephfroseris palustris

The marsh fleabane (Tephroseris palustris), also known as the mastodon flower is a yellow flowering annual or biennial that grows in wet...

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Purple-haired groundsel – Tephroseris frigida
Purple-haired groundsel – Tephroseris frigida

Purple-haired groundsel (Tephroseris frigida) is a yellow-flowering plant in the sunflower family that grows in Alaska, northern Canada, and Siberia.

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Tundra milkvetch – Astragalus umbellatus
Tundra milkvetch – Astragalus umbellatus

Astragalus umbellatus, commonly known as tundra milkvetch or hairy arctic milkvetch is a bright yellow-flowering perennial herb growing in Alaska, western Canada,...

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Capitate lousewort – Pedicularis capitata
Capitate lousewort – Pedicularis capitata

The capitate lousewort is a small herbaceous plant with a creamy yellow flowering head. It grows in arctic and alpine tundra.

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Snow cinquefoil flowering in the Alaska interior
Snow Cinquefoil – Potentilla nivea

Snow cinquefoil is a yellow-flowering plant that grows in rocky soils. It has deeply toothed leaves ternately divided (three leaflets) and 5...

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Oeder’s Lousewort – Pedicularis oederi
Oeder’s Lousewort – Pedicularis oederi

Oeder's lousewort (Pedicularis oederi) is a yellow-flowering plant, often with a crimson-tipped hood on the top petal. It grows in taiga and...

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Largeleaf Avens – Geum macrophyllum var. perincisum
Largeleaf Avens – Geum macrophyllum var. perincisum

The largeleaf avens (Geum macrophyllum var. perincisum) is a yellow-flowering plant that can grow to be about 0.75 meters (2.5 feet) tall.

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Flowering yellow thimbleweed
Yellow Thimbleweed – Anemone richardsonii

Yellow thimbleweed, also known as yellow anemone is a yellow flowering plant that grows from horizontal rhizomes. The plant is poisonous and...

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Snow arnica, arnica griscomii
Snow Arnica – Arnica griscomii

Snow arnica, also commonly known as frigid arnica is a yellow flowering plant common in open and alpine areas in Alaska and...

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Shrubby cinquefoil flower blooming in the White Mountain National Recreation Area of the interior of Alaska.
Shrubby Cinquefoil – Dasiphora fruticosa

Shrubby cinquefoil is a shrubby plant growing about 1 m tall. The shrub is densely leafed with many small, buttercup-shaped, yellow flowers.

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Norwegian cinquefoil – Potentilla norvegica
Norwegian cinquefoil – Potentilla norvegica

Norwegian cinquefoil is a widely distributed annual or perennial in the Rose family with ternate, serrated leaves and small yellow flowers.

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Small blacktip ragwort grows 5-60 cm (2-24 inches) tall with long basal leaves and yellow, ray-like or daisy-like flowers. It grows in a variety of habitats in Alaska.
Small blacktip ragwort – Senecio lugens

Small blacktip ragwort grows 5-60 cm (2-24 inches) tall with long basal leaves and yellow, ray-like or daisy-like flowers. It grows in...

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Alaska poppy wildflower
Rooted Poppy (Alaska Poppy) – Papaver radicatum

Identification and information of the Rooted poppy, Alaska poppy, and some similar species and subspecies found around Alaska. Photos of Papaver radicatum.

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Yellow flowers of labrador lousewort taken in Nome Creek, Alaska.
Labrador Lousewort – Pedicularis labradorica

Labrador lousewort is a 5-15 inch partially parasitic plant with an inflorescence of yellow flowers. Native to Alaska, Canada and Greenland it...

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