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Column: Mystery Plant -- A member of the bean family
John Nelson
John Nelson
You have probably seen this one’s bright butter-yellow flowers, the plants commonly very abundant in old agricultural fields and roadsides. The plants are sometimes present in the thousands, and they can produce a brilliant floral display in the fall, sometimes even through a light frost. This species occurs nearly throughout the southern states, and well into the Mississippi River valley.