"beautiful red color leaves and blooming flowers present, hairy stalks, each has an umbel with 3 nodding flowers, taller than a foot, 5 parted petals longer than sepals, flowers have thread-like long styles, some flowers have cluster of achenes,
each flower pedicle have hairy, leafy bractlets that were deeply cleft with linear segments...
prairie smoke, Geum triflorum
Cannon River Wilderness Area (east unit)
Geum triflorum. Elk Meadow near Stanley, Idaho
Geum triflorum, (three-flowered avens, old man's whiskers, or prairie smoke) is a spring perennial herbaceous plant of North America from northern Canada to California and east to New York.