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Polemonium viscosum

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Kingdom  Plantae
Family  Polemoniaceae
Scientific name  Polemonium viscosum
Rank  Species
Order  Ericales
Genus  Polemonium
Higher classification  Polemonium
Polemonium viscosum Sticky Polemonium
Similar  Polemonium, Polemoniaceae, Polemonium pulcherrimum, Polemonium vanbruntiae, Polemonium boreale

Polemonium viscosum, known by the common names sky pilot, skunkweed, sticky Jacobs-ladder, sticky polemonium, is a flowering plant in the genus Polemonium native to western North America from southern British Columbia east to Montana and south to Arizona and New Mexico, where it grows at high altitudes on dry, rocky sites.

Polemonium viscosum Sticky Polemonium

It is a perennial herbaceous plant growing 10–30 cm tall, with pinnate leaves up to 15 cm long with numerous small spoon-shaped leaflets 1.5–6 mm long and 1–3 mm broad. It has purple flowers 17–25 mm long.

Polemonium viscosum Southwest Colorado Wildflowers Polemonium confertumviscosum

It is grown as an ornamental plant in rock gardens.

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References

Polemonium viscosum Wikipedia


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