Saxifraga androsacea

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Standard Cyclopedia of Horticulture

Saxifraga androsacea, Linn. Cespitose, 1-3 in. high (possibly more), with the basal and lower lvs. aggregated and sessile: lvs. dark green, shiny, spatulate or obovate, cuneate, apex entire or 3-5-toothed, the teeth short and acute, the central twice longer than the lateral, when dry 5-11-nerved, margin ciliate, at the top glandulose-ciliate; cauline lvs. oblong-lanceolate: infl. numerous, almost naked, sparsely glandular, 1-3-fld., rarely 5-fld. scapes: fls. small, clear white or greenish white; calyx-lobes ovate, obtuse, the base and margins glandular; petals obovate-oblong, 3-nerved, at the top emarginate, the uppermost portion reflexed, twice longer and broader than the calyx-lobes. June— Aug. Mountains of S. and Cent. Eu., also the Baikal region of Asia. CH

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