|Flowerhead of Heart-leaved Alexanders © SB|
I don't know why there is an s at the end of the name... Alexanders... Perhaps if I knew Latin it would make sense?
And yes, I do know that the name for this yellow prairie wildflower is all about the leaves, not the flowers — but the lower leaves of this plant were so-deep in the Saskatchewan mosquito zone that I opted to disturb neither flora nor fauna for a photograph... But I did look closely at them, and identified the heart-shaped lower leaves, and the upper leaves that are more like three leaflets at the top of the stem.
Prairie Wildflower: Heart-leaved Alexanders
Location: Muenster, Saskatchewan, Canada.
Photo Dates: July 7, 2014.