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watermelonpunch
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yes more yellow flowers - plants in the field

Field I live next to I found these yesterday...

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4135
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And a different one I think... or maybe it's the same I don't know.

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Northeastern Pennsylvania
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pinksand
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Re: yes more yellow flowers - plants in the field

Maybe Hypochaeris radicata (catsear, flatweed, false dandiolion)? The leaves look less serrated though so maybe not...?
USDA Zone 7a, Sunset Zone 32
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Re: yes more yellow flowers - plants in the field

It looks like pilosella officinarum to my eye, although a picture of the leaves might help. I think that the common name is mouse-ear hawkweed (or that's what I heard it called when I was a kid) Closely related to the orange variety, pilosella auranticia (feel free to correct my spelling there!)

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MarcP2
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Re: yes more yellow flowers - plants in the field

The two at the top look like hawkweed, some kind of Hieracium, maybe Hieracium caespitosum.

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