Low, matted shrub; stems erect or ascending, 10-40 cm tall, finely glandular-hairy.
Alternate, evergreen, spreading-ascending, linear, 4-12 mm long, 1-2 mm wide, grooved beneath, finely glandular-hairy, margins appearing to be rolled under and blunt-toothed.
Several to many, nodding to erect in terminal clusters; flower stalks 2-3 cm long, densely glandular-hairy; corollas yellowish to greenish-white, narrowly urn-shaped, 5-9 mm long, glandular-hairy externally, the lobes spreading; calyx lobes greenish, narrowly lance-shaped, 3-5 mm long, sharp-pointed, glandular-hairy; filaments hairy, anthers purplish.
Capsules, nearly globe-shaped, 3-5 mm long, nearly as wide, glandular-hairy.
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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
|AT(98), BAFA(64), CMA(41), CWH(4), ESSF(378), IMA(84), MH(22), MS(4), SBPS(1), SBS(4), SWB(14)|
Source: Klinkenberg 2013
Synonyms and Alternate Names:
Phyllodoce aleutica subsp. glanduliflora (Hook.) Hultén