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Helianthemum scoparium

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Kingdom  Plantae
Family  Cistaceae
Scientific name  Helianthemum scoparium
Rank  Species
Order  Malvales
Genus  Helianthemum
Higher classification  Helianthemum
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Similar  Helianthemum, Cistaceae, Pseudognaphalium californicum, Acmispon glaber, Eriophyllum confertiflorum

Helianthemum scoparium, recently renamed Crocanthemum scoparium, is a species of rockrose which is endemic to California.
Its common names include peak rockrose and peak rushrose. One variety is known as Bisbee Peak rushrose.

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It is found in dry, sandy areas in hills and low mountains.

Description

Helianthemum scoparium Helianthemum scoparium Wikipedia

Helianthemum scoparium is a small perennial shrub bearing long, smooth stems and small flowers each with five bright yellow petals.

Helianthemum scoparium Helianthemum scoparium Wildflowers in Santa Barbara
Helianthemum scoparium Helianthemum scoparium Wildflowers in Santa Barbara

References

Helianthemum scoparium Wikipedia


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