Yellow Butterwort is an upright, hairy perennial. Its preferred
habitat is savannas, pinelands and bogs. distribution is throughout
the Escambia region.
The leaves are in a basal rosette, no leaf stalk, ovate
to elliptic in form. The leaf has no teeth and no lobes. The
tip is acute (tapered to a point with sides pinched and less
than equal) or acuminate and rolled inward.
The flowers are solitary at the tip of the stem. Each flower
is bisexual in nature and irregular to nearly symmetrical in
shape. The calyx is five-lobed; the corolla is two-lipped and
five-lobed and spurred. The color is yellow. Flowers occur in
Fruit is a capsule