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Yellow or Orange Flowers ( Other )
Mustard Family (Brassicaceae)

Double Bladder-pod
Physaria didymocarpa

Season: July/August
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 Subalpine Dry Locations
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Description: Growing from a well anchored tap root, this plant appears as a clump of paddle-shaped, hairy, almost silvery white leaves. From this basal group of leaves, several hairy stems rise and terminate in loose clusters of yellow, four petaled flowers. The flowers are replaced by purple inflated seed pods.

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