Plants By Type
Golden Ragwort is found growing wild in fields and other areas in climates three through eleven. This plant grows to become several inches tall. It blooms in May and June and provides tiny clusters of yellow flowers with yellow centers. This plant also produces allergins during the blooming season. It grows good in full sunlight and can adapt to all types of soil conditions, from dry to moist and well drained. It is also known as Senecio Aureus by the botanical name. These flowers add lots of color to natural areas. They also attract insects to areas.