With dark green finely dissected leaves, this biscuitroot produces new growth in the fall and blooms in May with a seemingly never-ending supply of brilliant gold-yellow flowers. It produces an outstandingly beautiful show. It is drought resistant.
This low-growing pea has striking yellow flowers with white tips and is an integral part of our wet prairies. It is found mostly in vernal wet areas with other perennials such as Allium amplectens and Triteleia hyacinthina, and Dodecatheon pulchellum and annuals such as Plagiobothrys figuratus, and Mimulus guttatus.
Curvpod yellowcress is found throughout the west in a variety of wet habitats. In our prairie habitats, it is found with other annuals in areas with low cover of other vegetation such as vernal pools. In mild winters, it can act as a biennial.