Wildflower: Engelmann Daisy

The Englemann Daisy is named for a German-born physician and botanist who settled in St. Louis as a young man. These cheerful yellow wildflowers bloom from March through July. Not only do birds eat the seeds, these plants are a favorite of livestock, so they don’t last long when growing in grazing pastures.

Englemann Daisy

Englemann Daisy

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