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A flower with 5 white petal-like sepals and a yellow center, each flower sits on a single, long hairy stalk. Long-stalked, coarsely toothed basal leaves are deeply divided into 3 narrow segments.
Spotted on Hwy 29 near North Tamarac Lake. It grows in wet meadows.
It is also called the Canada Windflower.