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Southern Checkerbloom

Sidalcea sparsifolia


Perennial herb with slightly hairy stems and lanceloate leaves in groups of 3-5 about 8cm long each. The flowers grow in a cluster on the top of the stems and are about 2cm and light pink with a white throat.


Riparian area in Oak Woodland and grassland mix. This species is native and grows in Southern California and Baja California

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California, USA

Spotted on May 30, 2019
Submitted on Jun 1, 2019

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