|Saxifraga fortunei var.
alpina: A perennial whose flower stems reach 10-30cm in
height, it grows on damp rocks in mountainous regions. Leaves are
radical, with long petioles 3-15cm long, in the shape of a
kidney-like orbicular, shallowly cleft in 5-12, and the bases are
cordate, with coarse hairs on surfaces. Sparse conical
inflorescences set many white to light red flowers in them; petals
are five in number, and the lower two are long. Bloom time: