Hypericum x dissimulatum E.P.Bicknell
Family: Hypericaceae
disguised St. John's-wort
[Hypericum boreale X H. canadense (Britton) E.P.Bicknell,  more...]
Etymology: Hypericum: ancient Greek name derived from hyper, "above," and eikon, "picture," from old practice of placing flowers above an image in the house to ward off evil spirits at the midsummer festival of Walpurgisnacht, which later became feast of St. John
Plants: annual forb
Conservation Status: Native