Yellow Flag Iris
Although very beautiful and showy, the yellow flag iris is a pesky invasive European import that is known to block waterways and choke out native plants and wildflowers. This one was found growing along the Yakima River in great profusion, on the eastern bank of the Yakima River, just north of Selah, WA.
- © 2014
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- Contained in galleries
- Iridaceae (Irises), Yellow Wildflowers