Lomatium dissectum var. multifidum

The tall stature (over 30 cm tall and with a stem base usually well over 4 mm in diameter), glabrous herbage, multiply dissected fern-like leaves, and yellow petals combine to distinguish this species, which commonly inhabits sagebrush steppe but here grows on a dry slope with a southern exposure.

Posted by Matt Lavin on 2016-06-01 20:18:50

Tagged: , Lomatium dissectum var. multifidum , carrotleaf biscuitroot , Apiaceae , Native , perennial , herb , Bridger Range , Bozeman , Montana

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