Yellow Toadflax


Toadflax aka Common or Yellow Toadflax, also called butter-and-eggs and wild snapdragon it prefers open, disturbed sites, roadsides, waste areas, and rangeland and usually occurs in patches. Yellow toadflax is difficult to eradicate, due to its extensive root system. The corollas are bright yellow to cream colored, with an orange throat that is bearded, and long, straight spurs. Toadflax is suspected to be mildly poisonous to livestock.


  • Protection
  • Hex breaking