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Sunnyvale, CA

May 16, 2007
5:08 AM

Post #3502459

This one was also randomly growing in my yard... No idea how it got there.

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Dublin, CA
(Zone 9a)

May 16, 2007
2:03 PM

Post #3503170

Is it a fairly tall plant or is it low to the ground? If it's taller, it kind of looks like the horribly invasive wild mustard that grows everywhere in fields, etc. Sort of pretty until you realize how it's taken over lots of areas and is very hard to get rid of.
Sunnyvale, CA

May 16, 2007
4:08 PM

Post #3503617

It's a bit taller, but that was the only growth.. haven't seen any since
Dublin, CA
(Zone 9a)

May 17, 2007
2:18 AM

Post #3505668

Next time you're near a field, take a look at all the yellow stuff that's growing everywhere and see if you think yours is the same. The mustard stuff is everywhere and it's blooming now, so you shouldn't have too much trouble finding some for comparison.

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