Saxifraga flagellaris

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Standard Cyclopedia of Horticulture

Saxifraga flagellaris, Willd. (Leptasea flagellaris, Small). Sts. simple, erect, 1-8 in. high, leafy, densely glandular-pilose: the plant stoloniferous, the stolons bearing a minute bud and roots at their apex: lvs. more or less minute, glandular-pilose, margin glandular-pilose or setose-ciliate; the basal and lower lvs. close together, obovate-oblong; the upper lanceolate: infl. corymbosely 1-10-fld.; the pedicels very short: fls. large, golden yellow; calyx divided beyond the middle or even to the base, the lobes oblong, obtuse, densely glandular-hirsute; petals obovate-cuneate, the apex obtuse, 5-7-, rarely 9-nerved, 2 or 3 times longer than the calyx-lobes. May-July. Boreal and alpine Eu., Asia, and N. Amer., southward in the Rocky Mts. to Ariz. J.F. 3:237. Gn. W. 25:530.—It requires a moist boggy situation and is difficult to carry through the winter. CH

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