Lithophragma glabrum, Woodland star, Rocket star, Family: Saxifragaceae

Lithophragma glabrum Woodland star, Rocket star Family: Saxifragaceae Blooms early spring Perennial Grows 4-8 inches tall Found in Meadow, east-side facing forests, shrub-steppe Stems are red-purple, erect, sticky, and hairy that have few flowers. Leaves are basal, hairless, and deeply divided- may be divided more. Flowers are white to pale pink with 4 or 5 petals that are deeply divided making them look thin, long petals. Red bulblets where more petals are produced.

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