Trollius laxus

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Standard Cyclopedia of Horticulture

Trollius laxus, Salisb. (T. americanus, Muhl.). Sts. slender, weak, 1/2-2 ft. long, somewhat ascending: radical and lower st.-lvs. long- or short-petioled; all the lvs. 5-7-parted; lfts. cuneate and much cleft and toothed: fls. usually solitary, 1-2 in. across; sepals 5-7, entire or toothed at the end, more spreading than the other species; petals many, much shorter than the stamens: follicles 1/4 in. long, straight beak one-fourth as long: head of fr. 3/4 in. across. Bogs and damp places, Mich., to New England and Del. and westward. May- July or Aug. B.M. 1988 and L.B.C.:56 (both as T. americanus).

Var. albiflorus, Gray (T. albiflorus, Rydbg.). Much like the type but usually lower, more slender: lfts. usually 5: fls. pale or white; petals nearly equaling the stamens. Mountain tops, Colo., northward and westward. CH

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