SHOWING RECORD: 38 of 47
April 25, 1806, along the Columbia River, Oregon.
Small groups of white flowers clustered on thin, hollow stalks. Fernlike, divided into blunt-toothed or lobed leaflets, each 1/2-3 1/2" (1.5-9 cm) long. Height: 1 1/2-3' (45-90 cm).
Montane, subalpine. Woodlands, meadows.
Pacific Northwest and Western U.S.—Washington south to California and eastward to Colorado.
The roots give off an anise (licorice) smell when crushed.
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