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White Flowers ( Four Petals )
Mustard Family (Brassicaceae)

White Draba
Draba spp.

Season: Spring
Habitat:
 Western Slope Montane
Height:
 10-20 cm

Description: These tiny flowers form part of a diverse group of mustards. Often classed as ADR's (another darn mustard), they are difficult to definitively identify. The leaves form a basal rosette of narrow leaves that have teeth near the tip. The leaves are hairy. The stem rises from the rosette, and has several small, alternate leaves branching off. From the joint of leaf and stalk, a tiny 4 petaled flower may grow. The plant is topped with a cluster of 4 petaled flowers. They may also be yellow.

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