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Indian rhubarb, Umbrella plant

Darmera peltata

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KarenSaxton 12 years ago

Large leaves california native

AmberLundeen 12 years ago

I'm very visual as well and use google a lot - didn't even know where to start on this one.

KarenSaxton 12 years ago

You're so welcome! I've found an easy way to look stuff up(but I'm also very visually oriented and can quickly spot identifying details). Google a description(or family name if I know it) and location. click images. Scan through images and find two or three of the same thing and click on those pages.....

AmberLundeen 12 years ago

That's it - Thanks Karen!

AmberLundeen 12 years ago

I'm not sure - I'll keep looking - but thanks for the help

Behn 12 years ago

I would've sworn that its Western coltsfoot (Petasites frigidus or Petasites sagittatus), but the Jepson Manual says they don't occur in the Sierra Nevadas. I'm confused.

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California, USA

Spotted on Jul 14, 2011
Submitted on Jul 15, 2011

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