Oregon Sidalcea

Found in moist meadows, Oregon sidalcea (Sidalcea oregania) is a Western native with rose-colored flowers clustered along the tip of the stem. The lower leaves are rounded with shallow lobes while the upper leaves are deeply divided with 5 to 7 linear lobes. Also called Oregon checkerbloom, this specimen was growing near Ash Creek (Lassen County CA).

 

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