Cymopterus terebinthinus (turpentine spring parsley)
Clusters of bright yellow flowers above finely divided leaves
The leaves of this perennial plant emerge from the ground in early spring, quickly turning into a mound of finely divided leaves. By April, the flower stems bearing a flat-topped cluster of small bright yellow flowers rise above the mound. This plant prefers sand or quick draining soil. Photo by Mickie Chamness
NOTE: will be dormant and pot may look empty, but the roots have been checked and look healthy.