A walk through a recently burned pine flatwoods will often turn up the small yellow flower of Hypoxis. Here the narrow grass-like leaves and the flowering stalk are poking through a bed of fallen pine needles that dropped after a prescribed fire. Yellow stargrass is rarely seen except in the weeks after a fire because that is about the only time the plants flower.
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