The Puget Sound Gumweed (Grindelia integrifolia) is a perennial flowering herb in the Asteraceae family.
It is native to North America. It is a common wildflower along beaches, wet meadows, pastures, and coastal headlands.
It grows to 100 centimetres (39 inches) tall.
It is semi-woody with narrow leaves. The stems are covered in fine hairs.
The Puget Sound Gumweed has yellow daisy-like flowers arranged like a corymb.
It blooms in summer.
Photographed in the Botanical Garden, Paris, December 2021.
Photographer: Martina Nicolls
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