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Saturday, June 5, 2010

Small-flowered Alumroot (Heuchera micrantha)

Here's a member of the Saxifrage family that is exhibiting these delicate sprays of blossoms from the rocky cliffs that line the road leading to the summit of Mount Douglas Park. Lewis J. Clark calls it the Small-flowered Alumroot (Heuchera micrantha) while Wikipedia calls it Crevice Alumroot.


Dean Lewis said...

Beautiful !

Carolyn said...

I feel like I should be hearing the tinkle of little bells! Lovely photo Benjamin.