St. John's-wort has been a very important medicinal plant used to treat depression in many cultures. Although it is not native to North America, it can be found throughout most of the continent. This one was found growing in North Cascades National Park next to the Skagit River.
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- Hypericaceae (St. John's Wort Family), Yellow Wildflowers