In redwood understory, surrounded by natives.
Reminded me of mustard and a wallflower. Ill post picture of the flowers when my internet connection is running faster.
Growing in the burn zone of the Morgan Fire , two spring seasons later . Most were taller than this .
Small yellow flowers on a branched inflorescence, and pinnately lobed leaves.
Glacier Basin Trail below junction with Emmons Moraine Trail. Elevation 4860 ft. Trail on a bench above a slide area next to Inter Fork edged with open forest.
Barbarea orthoceras is a species of flowering plant in the mustard family known by the common name American yellowrocket. It is native to North America, including much of Canada and the western United States, as well as parts of Asia. It grows in moist areas such as meadows and riverbanks. This is a perennial herb producing a stiff, branching stem to heights between 10 and 60 centimeters. The leaves are a few centimeters long and generally...