Yellow or Orange Flowers
Basal Leaves Only )
Saxifrage Family (Saxifragaceae)
Habitat: Montane to Subalpine
Description: This uncommon flower is found on dry, rocky ledges. It has a clump of leathery, deeply toothed, basal leaves. The leaves may be divided into three to five lobes, and take on a roughly maple-like appearance. A reddish, hairy stem rises from the leaves and terminates in a clump of whitish-yellow flowers. The flowers are bell-like and arranged in a tight clump at the top of the erect stem.
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