Continuing our theme of yellow plants in full bloom at the moment, one of the most common plants is a member of the cabbage family. not that you would know it as you glance at its minute flowers. Carrichtera annua has flowers only about half an inch across, but are no less beautiful for their diminutive proportions.
Eryngium campestre). This is a useful medicinal herb and is used to treat whooping cough and urinary infections. The root can be candied and eaten as a sweet.
Dorycnium pentaphyllum). This has numerous, tiny pinkish-white flowers which are borne in little whorls at the ends of the stems. You will have to look very closely to see the true beauty of this one as the individual flowers are so small. But it's well worth the effort.