Saxifraga micranthidifolia

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Standard Cyclopedia of Horticulture

Saxifraga micranthidifolia, Steud. (S. erosa, Pursh. Micranthes micranthidifolia, Small). Up to 3 ft. high: lvs. all basal, oblong or oblanceolate, obtuse, attenuate to a flat petiole which is partly clasping at the base, erose-dentate, sparsely and also very shortly pilose, margin short-ciliate: infl. paniculate, loosely fld. and elongated, borne on a tall softly pilose scape; pedicels filiform, densely covered with slender glandular hairs, viscid: fls. numerous, white; sepals linear-lanceolate, obtuse, finally reflexed; petals oval, obtuse, with a yellow blotch below the middle, slightly longer than the sepals. June, July. Cold mountain brooks and wet rocks, Pa. to N. C. and Tenn. B.B. 2:174; (ed. 2) 2:219.—Occasionally cult. CH

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