What is the name of a shrub that has yellow blades ...
First, congrats to the UT women for winning another title!
I recently had an opportunity to stay in a cabin on the Little River in Townsend, TN. Beautiful area in the foothills. It was on the way over to Sevierville via RT 321 that I observed many relatively large shrubs (at least that's what I think they were) that appeared to be anywhere from 3-6 feet in height and the width varied depending upon the grouping of the shrubs. The shrub seemed to be large blades of a yellowish color. Some shrubs were of a light yellow nature ... others very yellow. Most of the ones I saw were in the Wears (spelling?)Valley area (just over the Blount County line going north on 321), but I'm sure they're in other areas as well. From my vantage point there were no flowers on these shrubs, but my eye sight sometimes isn't the best from a distance. LOL! You have a very beautiful state ... the dogwoods are out in full bloom and I haven't seen so many wild crape myrtles in my life along the road. The red maples too! Hopefully, someone can identify the shrub (or ?) that I saw.
Thanks in advance.