Amourexia palmatiffida or “Mexican yellowshow” Is a low-growing perennial forb that grows on dry, rocky slopes and grassland mesas between 2500-5000’. This showy plant has deeply lobed, palmate leaves and its charismatic yellow-orange flowers with maroon spots at the base of each petal bloom July-September. It dies back to a perennial thickened root and returns with the monsoon rains. All parts of this plant are edible! Plant in full sun or partial shade in well-draining soils. All parts of this plant are edible, starchy root, leaves, stems, and flowers, and it has been cultivated for food in some parts of Mexico.