|Chrysogonum virginianum||Composite Family||Compositae|
Description: From 6 to 18 inches tall. Leaves are ovate to almost round with small teeth on long stalk. Flowers at first almost ground level, later at a height of 6 to 16 inches. Also known as Chrysogonum
Location: Moist Woodlands and open wood borders, clearings
This image shows the center flowers,
some open some not.
Note the rounded yellow rays
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