Fendler's meadow-rue north of Chuck Pass Trail
meadow-rue north of Hoffman Mountain
A male and female plant growing close to each other
Those are not the best of observations as the flowers are gone by now. However, I have been observing this specimen for a few months so, if you are interested in more pictures, please refer to my previous obs.
I am giving the subspecies that is on the 2008 list done by professional botanists.
The flowers will lead to identifying the sub-species.
Thalictrum fendleri is a species of flowering plant in the buttercup family known by the common name Fendler's meadow-rue. It is native to western North America, including much of the western United States and northern Mexico. It is a common plant found in many types of habitat. It is a perennial herb growing erect to one or two meters tall. The hairless stems are green to purple in color. The leaves have compound blades divided into...