Saxifraga exarata

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Standard Cyclopedia of Horticulture

Saxifraga exarata, Vill. Fig. 3558. Cespitose, 3-6 in. high, with subligneous and also herbaceous caudicles which are rosulate at their tips: fl.-sts. erect, few-lvd., soft hirsute below, mixed with slender glandular hairs above: lvs. of the caudicles cuneate, sessile or petiolate, 3-lobed, the midlobe oblong-obtuse, the lateral either undivided or 2-parted, rather acute; lvs. of the young shoots 3-divided or lanceolate undivided; cauline lvs. 3-parted; bracts lanceolate: infl. paniculate, 4—10-fld.; the pedicels and calyx short-glandular: fls. usually white or yellowish white but sometimes rose or purple; calyx-lobes obtuse or subacute; petals obovate or obovate-oblong, 3-nerved, double the length of the calyx-lobes. June, July. Alpine regions of Eu., Pyrenees to Greece. G.M. 54:555.—A variable species not commonly cult. CH

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