Scientific Name: Drymocallis glandulosa
Family Name: Rosaceae
Bloom Period: Spring - Fall
Life Span: Perennial
Height: Up to 15-40 cm tall
Habitat: Scattered at low to mid elevations in dry and moist climates in open forests and meadows.
Leaf Description: Mainly basal, pinnately divided into 5-9 sharply, toothed, oval leaflets.
Flower and Petal Description: Deep yellow to pale cream, in small, open clusters on branches at top of the stem.
Stem Description: Stems are covered with sticky often reddish hairs.
Fruit Description: Loose clusters of smooth achenes.
Medicinal Uses: Native Americans use a decoction of the whole plant as a tonic and stimulant.
This flower is non-native to the area.