|The plant in the pictures,
Chrysosplenium flagelliferum, inhabits water edges or rock
in a clear stream, deep in the mountains, on which the spray is
falling; part of the plant usually gets the shower. This species
stretches runners in all directions after flowers end to make new
growths at the ends. Flower stalks to measure 5-15cm in height.
On-stem leaves, having rounded serrations on the margins, are
alternate phyllotaxis. Flowers; sepals are light yellow-green and
open flat; anthers are yellow. Bloom time April-May.