The variegated leaves are almost as pretty as the blooms themselves.
Are these yellow blooms Thread-leaf Sundrops (aka narrow-leaved evening primrose)? Again, I'm not sure.
I don't need any help identifying our Kansas state flower - the sunflower. Even before we entered the pasture, the Kansas sunflowers waved a greeting as we motored past. Roads that get a minimum of maintenance often have a corridor of yellow lining the dirt path. The road to the pasture was no exception.
On a trip to the pasture 10 days later or so, the Rocky Mountain beeplant, or peritoma serrulata, was blooming.
The tiny yellow camphor weed was abundant along the ditches.
They formed a "carpet" of yellow along the roadways. It was pretty ... but also somewhat smelly.