Saxifraga adscendens

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Standard Cyclopedia of Horticulture

Saxifraga adscendens, Linn. (Muscaria adscendens, Small). One to 6 in. high, the whole plant viscidulous and clothed with short glandular hairs: sts. erect: the basal lvs. crowded, the cauline few, cuneate, gradually attenuate all the way to the base, the apex rounded or truncate, 3-5-lobed, the lobes subequal, oblong or ovate, rather obtuse or acutish: infl. corymbose, sparingly branched from the middle or base of the fl.-st. branches erect; fls. white; calyx glandular-pilose, tube campanulate, in fr. rounded at the base and twice as long as the lobes; petals cuneate, emarginate, slightly 5-nerved, double as long as the calyx-lobes. June, July. Eu. and in the Rocky Mts., S. Canada to Colo. and Utah.—A very common and widespread European species which has not been frequently cult. CH

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