Botany Photo of the Day Cytisus scoparius

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    Daniel Mosquin Paragon of Plants UBC Botanical Garden Forums Administrator Forums Moderator 10 Years

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    Botany Photo of the Day is a weblog run by researchers, staff, and students associated with UBC Botanical Garden. It features plants from around the world. See The Photographs for details on how to submit your images!

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    Cytisus scoparius is one of the west coast of North America’s most notorious invasive species. Commonly known as Scot’s broom, its yellow flowers will flood disturbed landscapes of the Lower Mainland and Southern Vancouver Island each spring. My first experience with Scot’s broom came two springs ago in the local Iona Beach Regional Park, where […]

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