Saxifraga tombeanensis

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Standard Cyclopedia of Horticulture

Saxifraga tombeanensis, Boiss. (S. diapensioides var. tombeanensis, Hort.). One to 2 in. high, with numerous very densely foliose, columnar, erect, or ascending caudicles: lvs. of the caudicles imbricate, erect, incurved at their tip, ovate-lanceolate, subulate, 3-cornered, apex mucronulate, near the margin very slightly cartilaginous, very minutely serrulate, 5 minute pits are noticeable when old; cauline lvs. linear-lanceolate with the exception of the apical part, narrowly cartilaginous-marginate, acute, glandular-pilose: infl. cymose- racemose, 1-3-fld., borne on erect sts., these as well as the peduncles and calyx densely slender glandular-pilose: fls. white; calyx-lobes oblong-triangular; petals broadly obovate, strongly cuneate-attenuate toward the base, many-nerved, 3 or 4 times as long as the calyx-lobes. April. S. Tyrol and N. Italy. CH

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