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Connecticut Plants
Yellow Pimpernel
Taenidia integerrima (L.) Drude

Yellow pimpernel can be distinguished from similar plants (such as golden alexanders and wild parsnip) by the smooth-edged leaves -- the other plants have toothed leaves.

Yellow pimpernel is an endangered species in Connecticut

  • Family: carrot (Apiaceae)
  • Habitat: dry woods, rocky slopes
  • Height: 1-3 feet
  • Flower size: in flat-topped clusters 3 inches across
  • Flower color: yellow
  • Flowering time: May to July
  • Origin: native
Taenidia integerrima (L.) Drude