I'm trying to let my lawn grow out a bit more naturally in parts this year to understand what takes a foothold here. There is one plant that has sprung up and gone to seed in very short order this spring; however, I'm still having trouble identifying it.
The plant has lobed, connected leaves all coming from the central base, while the seed pods rise up and branch off brown stalks. They are definitely long thin seed pods - they spring open and release small yellow seeds when they are brown and ready to open. The leaves and plant seem to be turning a pinkish/brownish/beige color as it goes to seed.
Any help would be appreciated! It is definitely going to seed, so I expect to see more of this and want to decide if I should pull up the lot of them or not.