Claytonia sibirica L., Sp. Pl. 204 1753. (syn: Claytonia alsinoides Sims; Claytonia asarifolia Bong.; Claytonia bifida Willd. ex Roem. & Schult.; Claytonia sibirica var. heterophylla (Torr. & Gray) Gray
(ambiguous synonym); Claytonia unalaschkensis Fisch.; Claytonia unalaschkensis var. heterophylla Nutt. ex Torr. & A.
Gray; Limnia alsinoides Haw.; Limnia bulbifera A. A. Heller; Limnia sibirica Haw.; Montia alsinoides (Sims) Pax & K. Hoffm.; Montia sibirica (L.) Howell);       

Alaska, USA (California, Idaho, Massachusetts, Montana, Oregon, Washington
State), Canada (British Columbia), ?France (I), Bulgaria (I), England (I), Czech
Republic (I), Russian Far East
as per Catalogue of Life;

 

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Claytonia sibirica Linn.                         
Montiaceae

Common names: Siberian spring beauty, Siberian miner’s lettuce  
Variable annual or perennial rhizomatous herb with linear or deltoid leaves on long petioles, cauline sessile; flowers with white flowers striped pink.
Clicked from University of California Botanical Garden, April 22, 2019. 

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