Rhodiola integrifolia Raf.
Crassulaceae (Stonecrop Family)
USDA Symbol: RHIN11
A succulent, leafy plant with erect, clustered stems topped by small, maroon or brownish-purple flowers in head-like bunches.
The similar Red Orpine (R. rhodantha), also known as Rose Crown, has deep pink to nearly white flowers with petals 3/8-1/2" (9-13 mm) long, and each flower has stamens and ovaries; it generally grows in wet places from moderate to high elevations from south-central Montana south to northern Arizona and southern New Mexico. Roseroot (R. rosea) is a similar species found in the East.
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Bloom InformationBloom Time: Jun , Jul , Aug
DistributionUSA: AK , CA , CO , ID , MN , MT , NM , NV , NY , OR , UT , WA , WY
Native Distribution: Across northern North America; in West, south in mountains to southern California, Nevada, Utah, Colorado, and New Mexico; in East south in Minnesota and New York.
Native Habitat: Open areas high in mountains.
National Wetland Indicator Status
Additional resourcesUSDA: Find Rhodiola integrifolia in USDA Plants
FNA: Find Rhodiola integrifolia in the Flora of North America (if available)
Google: Search Google for Rhodiola integrifolia
MetadataRecord Modified: 2018-10-10
Research By: TWC Staff