Granite Draba

Granite Draba Plant Information


Granite Draba grows in the following 3 states:

Oregon, California, Nevada

Draba lemmonii is a perennial plant in the Mustard Family (Brassicaceae) found in the high elevation United States Sierra Nevada range, commonly known as Lemmon's Draba.

It is a hairy mat forming perennial growing to 6 inches (15cm).
It grows in crevices, talus, and rocky meadows of the subalpine forest and alpine zone of the United States Sierra Nevada range.
Basal leaves are obovate, up to 1 inch (2.5cm), and hairy on both sides.
The flower stalk has up to 30 small, yellow, 4 petalled flowers on top in July of August.

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