Catching up with communications in the Botany Group during July. This is from an email from Jocie to the group on July 2.
Here’s a message from John B. about some yellow flowers he found on Quadra Island:
“Three yellow beauties from a bog on Quadra yesterday….All common, but not to be ignored.”
One is nodding beggaritcks, Bidens cernua. There was a huge bank of it.
The second is (I think) Hieracium pilosella???
And the third is lesser spearwort (Ranunculus flammula).