Saxifraga cymbalaria

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Standard Cyclopedia of Horticulture

Saxifraga cymbalaria, Linn. Annual or biennial: sts. nearly erect or somewhat flexuous, branched, 3-12 in. high: lvs. tender, with age brown-striate on both surfaces, margin glandular-pilose; lower lvs. reniform, cordate or truncate at base, 7-11-lobed, lobes broad-acute; upper lvs. short-petioled, 3-7-lobed, base attenuate: infl. cymose with elongated axis; pedicels long, 1-fld., these and the calyx short glandular-pilose: fls. yellow; calyx-lobes oblong, acute; petals oblong, base cordate, distinctly clawed, 3 times the length of the calyx-lobes. May-Aug. Caucasus and Asia Minor.— The lvs. are light green, glossy and ivy-like. It sows itself abundantly and is suitable for moist spots in rock-work or along streams. Some, possibly much, of the material cult. as S. Cymbalaria is really the closely allied S. Huetiana. CH

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