This attractive yellow non-native member of the mustard family is originally from Europe and North Africa, but is commonly found nearly everywhere in North America, with the exception of Alabama and Labrador. This one was found growing in the rural sagebrush desert area between Yakima, Washington and the Cascade Mountains.
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- Brassicaceae (Mustard Family), Yellow Wildflowers