Scientific Name: Lomatium triternatum
Family Name: Apiaceae
Bloom Period: Late spring to Mid-summer
Life Span: Perennial
Height: Up to 20-80 cm tall.
Habitat: Scattered and locally common at low to mid elevations in arid basins and dry parts of plateaus.
Leaf Description: Divided several times into long, narrow segments.
Flower and Petal Description: Yellow in tight umbrella-shaped clusters on unequal-length stem branches.
Stem Description: Long and slender.
Fruit Description: Oblong to elliptic seeds, with flattened backs and broad wings.
Medicinal Uses: Native Americans dried the upper leaves to flavor meats, stews, and salads.
This flower is non-native to the area.