Can Anyone Help Me?

 I took my new hip out for a spin yesterday.
I was thrilled to find so many plants faring so well
with so little "interference" from us this spring!
 Actually, I'd forgotten the colors I could expect!
 (I think of our flower beds in general, perennial shades of green.)
 I am pleasantly surprised!
Can anyone help me with the identity of the yellow to the right of this photo?
I suspect it to be a weed, but don't want to yank it until I'm certain.
I've yanked before and lost a few additions I'd forgotten I made in a previous season.
I HATE it when I do that.


  1. I'm glad you took your new hip out for a spin! (Does this make you a hippie?) Your spring garden is full of beautiful colors. I'm not sure what the yellow flower is. It could be a buttercup but then again it could be a marsh marigold. It sure is pretty with the bleeding heart.

  2. Your flowers are so pretty. The yellow looks like buttercup to me, but it's hard to know for sure.

  3. I SO wish I knew. A buttercup I might keep! Maybe a "marsh marigold", too - except that sounds a little "weedish"...

  4. those are wild celadine poppy.

    Some people consider it a weed because they spread like crazy.