trachyspermum, a 10-20cm-in-diameter perennial, is found
along streams in mountainous regions. Leaves are compound, with 3-5
leaflets and serrated margins. Radical leaves attach some each at
the bases of the plants, and on-stem leaves are of opposite
phyllotaxis. Flowers measure 6-8mm in diameter; petaloid sepals are
light greenish-yellow, and petals inside the sepals are orange, in
the shape of a sumo referee’s fan. Bloom time: April-May.