Yellow hurricane lilies.
Yellow swamp sunflowers.
(They thrive around the palm.)
Yellow goldenrod, full of bees and wasps--- and the occasional green anole, come to feed on the bees and wasps.
The poor thyrallis that got torn apart in a windy thunderstorm on Saturday.
Yellow rudbeckia that I call Koosh Balls, because that is exactly what they look like as they are opening. FYI: Koosh balls are made of cut rubber bands, tied in the middle. They are very soft and make a wonderful ball for juggling and using as a beanbag substitute.
A much smaller rudbeckia.
A small sulfur butterfly in a kindergartner’s hand.
Yep! Yellow is the color of October.