leucantha is a perennial herb found in wet places along
mountain valleys, growing to 30-50cm in height. Leaves are of an
imparipinnate compound leaf with long petioles and leaflets, 5-7 in
number, are long-oblong-like lanceolate, 3-7cm in length, with
serrations on margins. Surfaces have hair, as with the backsides.
Stem bear racemes on upper parts, in which 7-10mm-in-diameter white
flowers come. Bloom time: May-June.