A friend found a yellow flower in her garden in the French Alps, at 1000 m altitude, above Evian:
What is it?
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It is Lysimachia punctata, common name Loosestrife, so not exactly a wildflower - it is an herbaceous perennial which is widespread throughout Europe, including the UK, and, if grown in a dampish spot, can be highly invasive.