Taenidia integerrima is a member of the Apiaceae family of plants and is also called the Yellow Pimpernel. It is related to the parsley. Native to North America where it grows in woodlands. They are considered endangered in the northwest of the United States.
Native Americans, in particular, Mamaceqtaw used it for medicinal purposes, especially for pulmonary problems. Taenidia integerrima is a herbaceous perennial. The foliage when matured are doubly compound and when young singly compound. It can grow from 1 to 3ft or 30 to 90cm. Flowers appear on upper stems as a compound umbels of very small yellow flowers. Individual flowers are about 1/8″ or 30mm.
Taenidia integerrima prefers partial sun and dry conditions and poor soil especially a mixture of clay and rocky material.