Stout perennial herb from a taproot, elongate and slightly thickened with a simple crown; stems 10-30 cm tall at maturity, branched.
Mostly basal, pinnately dissected into narrow segments 1-4 mm long lying in a single plane; ultimate segments not resembling leaflets, granular rough-hairy to nearly glabrous.
Inflorescence of compound umbels; flowers yellow, spokes elongating unequally, 2.5-10 cm at maturity; involucels of several slender bractlets.
Elliptic, granular rough-hairy, 5-8 mm long, wings only 1/5-1/3 as wide as body.
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Illustration Source: The Illustrated Flora of British Columbia
||Value / Class
Moisture Regime (SMR)
[0 - very xeric; 4 - mesic;
8 - hydric]
of field plots
species was recorded in:
BEC Zone Class
All BEC Zones (# of stations/zone) species was recorded in
Source: Klinkenberg 2013
Synonyms and Alternate Names:
Peucedanum sandbergii J.M. Coult. & Rose