Here's a photo I took of a wild flower on June 30 that was growing on the roadside near a creek. It looks like a vine in the photo. Any ideas on what it might be?
Steve, I tried finding yellow-flowered henbit and lamium with yellow flowers but didn't find anything. I do see what makes you think that. I hadn't noticed the leaves in the upper left corner.digitS' wrote:First thought was that it was a yellow-flowered henbit, Marc.
Do you think it might be a yellow-flowered lamium vine of some sort?
I will be on a desktop later and do some searching.
My flower is in rough shape so it's hard to be sure but these do look a lot alike. Furthermore, Lysimachia nummularia grows in my county. I think this might be a match. Thanks Steve!digitS' wrote:Well, you gotta wonder about a source that mixes up prostrate & prostate . . . altho' I have trouble with those words, too. Shrubby St. John's Wort . . ? Hubby St. John's Wort?
How 'bout this, Marc!
A little more battered and tattered . . ?
You can see more about it on the New England Wild site (link). . .