Buttercup-Like Flowers )
Buttercup Family (Ranunculaceae)
Habitat: Subalpine on both sides of Continental Divide
Height: Up to 45 cm
Description: Drummond's anemone has several large, finely cut leaves that sprout from the base of the plant on erect stems. A hairy stem rises above the leaves, and is topped by a single white flower with 5-8 petal-like sepals. There is a single whorl of smaller leaves part-way up the stem. It can be distinguished from the windflower by its single flower, and somewhat larger leaves.
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