Saxifraga canaliculata

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Standard Cyclopedia of Horticulture

Saxifraga canaliculata, Boiss. & Reut. Lax, cespitose, 6-8 in. high, with ascending caudicles which are covered below with old, rather remote lvs., and terminate in rosettes: fl.-sts. numerous, erect, very glabrous: lvs. very stiff, quite dark green, strongly viscid below, with transversely broader blade which is 3-parted and is borne on a flat, deeply grooved petiole, midlobe of the blade entire, the lateral ones 2-3-parted, with the lobes bowed and mucronate at their apex; cauline lvs. 3-parted; bracts linear, mucronate: infl. corymbose-paniculate: fls. white; calyx-lobes linear-lanceolate, mucronulate; petals obovate-oblong, attenuate to the claw, 3-nerved, twice as long as the calyx-lobes. July. Spain.—Allied to S. Camposii from which it differs in the more spreading divisions of the lvs. and the fact that the petioles are not broadened except at the base. CH

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