Scientific Name: Lithophragma glabrum
Family Name: Saxifragaceae
Bloom Period: Blooms early spring
Life Span: Perennial
Height: 4-8 inches tall
Habitat: Found in Meadow, east-side facing forests, shrub-steppe
Leaf Description: Leaves are basal, hairless, and deeply divided- may be divided more.
Flower and Petal Description: Flowers are white to pale pink with 4 or 5 petals that are deeply divided making them look thin, long petals. Red bulblets where more petals are produced.
Stem Description: Stems are red-purple, erect, sticky, and hairy that have few flowers.
This flower is non-native to the area.