Polemonium foliosissimum var. foliosissimum A. Gray (redirected from: Polemonium foliosissimum subsp. robustum)
Family: Polemoniaceae
towering Jacob's-ladder
[Polemonium foliosissimum subsp. robustum (Rydb.) Brand,  more]
Polemonium foliosissimum var. foliosissimum image
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STEMS: glandular pubescent. LEAVES: leaflets 15-29. elliptic to narrowly ovate. FLOWERS: corollas bluish violet to lavender, the lobes rounded to acute. NOTES: See also parent taxon. Open sites, meadows, and along streams, coniferous forests; Apache, Cochise (Huachuca Mts.), Coconino, Greenlee, Navajo cos.; 2150-3050 m (7000-10000 ft); Jun-Aug (Oct). Range of the species. REFERENCES: Dieter H. Wilken and J. Mark Porter, 2005, Vascular Plants of Arizona: Polemoniaceae. CANOTIA 1: 1-37.
Polemonium foliosissimum var. foliosissimum image
Photo ©Al Schneider, swcoloradowildflowers.com  
Polemonium foliosissimum var. foliosissimum image
Polemonium foliosissimum var. foliosissimum image
Polemonium foliosissimum var. foliosissimum image
Polemonium foliosissimum var. foliosissimum image
Polemonium foliosissimum var. foliosissimum image
Polemonium foliosissimum var. foliosissimum image
Polemonium foliosissimum var. foliosissimum image
Polemonium foliosissimum var. foliosissimum image
Polemonium foliosissimum var. foliosissimum image
Polemonium foliosissimum var. foliosissimum image
Polemonium foliosissimum var. foliosissimum image
Polemonium foliosissimum var. foliosissimum image
Polemonium foliosissimum var. foliosissimum image
Polemonium foliosissimum var. foliosissimum image
Polemonium foliosissimum var. foliosissimum image