Can anyone tell me what this flower is?

Saw it on a patio at a bar near the north shore of Lake Superior. Picture was taken at night.
q can anyone tell me what this flower is , gardening, plant id, Picture of potted plant on a patio Can you identify it
Picture of potted plant on a patio. Can you identify it?
  21 answers
  • Pat880866 Pat880866 on Oct 24, 2016
    Yellow lady's slipper, I think.

  • Allison Allison on Oct 24, 2016
    It grows in the garden at The Assinboia Gardens (I think that is the name) in Winnipeg. Pretty sure it is not Lady Slipper.

  • Mel12608038 Mel12608038 on Oct 24, 2016
    It looks to me as something in the Lupine Family. These grow wild in Florida, but are usually purple.

  • Carolyn Carolyn on Oct 24, 2016
    I went online, put in lupine, and sure enough, it is a yellow lupine; there are purples, blues and pinks, too

  • Mau9933617 Mau9933617 on Oct 24, 2016
    You should see them in full bloom, they are absolutely beautiful!

  • Michelle Michelle on Oct 24, 2016
    I have one of these in my back yard and now as of the weekend also in my front yard. I know it as the candlelabra. I have seen one as a beautiful big bush with these bright yellow flame blooms. They give many seed pods and thus are able to reproduce beautifully. It tolerates our southmost Texas heat very well but I do keep it watered regularly.

  • Agunkel Agunkel on Oct 24, 2016
    I had one last year the nursery called it a popcorn plant/flower, easy to grow in ND summers.

  • San5904630 San5904630 on Oct 24, 2016
    Yes, yellow lupine....also called a 'chandelier' plant.

  • Janet Pizaro Janet Pizaro on Oct 24, 2016
    The leaves are different on Lupine.

  • Debra Key Debra Key on Oct 24, 2016

  • Nancy Morin Nancy Morin on Oct 24, 2016
    I call it a popcorn plant if you rub the leaves it smells like buttered popcorn. My grandson has to touch it each time he comes over

  • Minah Durai Minah Durai on Oct 25, 2016
    yellow pea flower

  • Cha9046586 Cha9046586 on Oct 25, 2016
    Looks like a snapdragon plant

  • Donna Donna on Oct 25, 2016
    We have one at work and I was told it is called a popcorn plant. If you rub the leaves with hand then smell your hand, it smells just like buttery movie popcorn !

  • Marjorie Kanaskie Marjorie Kanaskie on Oct 25, 2016
    They look like snapdragons

  • Saskie Saskie on Oct 25, 2016
    Popcorn plant.

  • Sharon Sharon on Oct 25, 2016
    It is not a lupine or a snapdragon. It is a Cassia didymobotrya, otherwise known as "Popcorn Cassia."

  • Rachel Pena Rachel Pena on Oct 25, 2016
    I have several plants at my home it's called the popcorn plant because it's flower looks like popcorn and if you rub it's leaves together it smells like butter it comes from Africa can get you the Scientific name if you need it

  • Ann Ann on Oct 25, 2016
    Popcorn Cassia is a member of the Cassia family. Its botanical name is Cassia didymobotrya. It is deer repellent, drought tolerant, can be planted as an annual and self seeding. Blooms are yellow, normally grow about 2 in diameter and produce a buttered popcorn scent. The mature flowers take a clustered form. A type of flowering legume / flower, it mainly grows as a perennial plant - which means it typically grows best over a long period (from 3 years+). Normally growing to a mature height of about 8 feet, Popcorn Cassia grows with a shrubby habit. This plant tends to bloom in mid summer. Popcorn Cassia is a great plant to attract butterflies, bees and birds to your garden. Kenya is believed to be where Popcorn Cassia originates from. Popcorn Cassia is normally fairly low maintenance and quite easy to grow, as long as a level of basic care is provided throughout the year. Being aware of the basic soil, sun and water preferences will result in a happier and healthier plant.

    • Shirley Shirley on Oct 25, 2016
      Thank You Ann In looking at pictures I agree with popcorn plant. Thanks for all who tried to help me. I had no idea how to search for the name of this quite strange looking plant.

  • Kathy Thomas Kathy Thomas on Oct 25, 2016
    Ann, from St. Paul, I have a Cassia Tree with the same yellow flowers but it blooms in November. Is this in the same family. The leaves look like wings and will close together if you touch them and they close at nite.

  • Shani Thurston Green Shani Thurston Green on Oct 25, 2016
    Looks more like a yucca plant than a lupine..but the tops and leaves are wrong on both