Short-lived perennial herb from a short taproot and usually a branched stem-base; stems usually several, simple to freely branched, 20-50 cm tall, hairy.
Basal leaves narrowly spoon-shaped to linear-oblanceolate, slender-stalked, to 10 cm long and 2 cm wide, entire to remotely toothed, densely hairy with treelike hairs; stem leaves gradually reduced upwards, mostly entire, 2-5 cm long, the upper ones unstalked but not with earlike lobes at the base, densely hairy.
Racemes open and elongate in fruit; flower stalks slender, ascending, 8-20 mm long, densely hairy; petals white or strongly pinkish-veined, 4-7 mm long, spoon-shaped; sepals oblong to nearly egg-shaped, densely hairy, outer sepals somewhat pouched at base.
Siliques ascending-erect, 1-2.2 cm long, 1-1.3 mm wide, with fine, starlike hairs, very slightly alternately contracted or expanded, somewhat compressed; beaks less than 0.5 mm long, stout; seeds in 1 row, oblong, about 1 mm long, wingless.
If more than one illustration is available for a species (e.g., separate illustrations were provided for two subspecies) then links to the separate images will be provided below. Note that individual subspecies or varietal illustrations are not always available.
Illustration Source: The Illustrated Flora of British Columbia
Synonyms and Alternate Names:
Halimolobos whitedii (Piper) Rollins