Saxifraga rivularis

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Standard Cyclopedia of Horticulture

Saxifraga rivularis, Linn. Cespitose, the sts. ascending 1-3 in. high, more or less villous: basal lvs. with petioles 3-5 times longer than the blades, reniform, palmately 3-7-lobed, lobes obtuse, petioles with broad ciliate stipules; upper lvs. short-petioled, 3-lobed: infl. long, peduncles arising from the axils of the lower lvs., almost as long as the whole st.; fls. at the top short-pedicelled or sessile: fls. 1-5, white (often tinged purple), erect; calyx short-glandular pilose or rather glabrous, tube hemispherical, lobes ovate, obtuse, shorter than the tube; petals obovate-oblong, twice as long as the calyx-lobes. July, Aug. Circumboreal, in N. Amer. to the White Mts. and in the Rocky Mts. to Mont. CH

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