Yellow Toadflax

       

Yellow Toadflax (Linaria vulgaris) Scrophulariaceae family

This plant also known as butter and eggs, is a perennial plant that is rarely branched and often grows in clumps up to 2 1/2 feet tall. Flowers are yellow with and orange throat and appear in dense terminal clusters resembling snapdragons. It reproduces by seeds and creeping rhizomes.
It occurs on sandy and gravely soil on roadsides, pastures, lake and beach shores, cultivated fields, meadows, and gardens. It is commonly found in interior Alaska.

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Department of Transportation and Public Facilities  Northern Region Alaska Department of Fish and Game National Park Service UAF Cooperative Extension Service Fairbanks Soil and Water Conservation District USKH Inc.