Catalina State Park 3/6/16
Wildflowers of Southern Arizona
Parsley (Apiaceae) family.
The flowers are tiny, have 5 petals, and are borne in the leaf axils. The leaves are bright green, opposite, covered in stellate hairs, broader than they are long, rounded to kidney-shaped, and palmately lobed with 5 to 9 main lobes. The stems are weak, slender, and trailing. The fruit is small, round, and hairy. This plant can be quite weedy in shaded areas.
Santa Catalina Mountains.
Sabino Canyon Recreation Area
Location: Water catchment basin near abandoned picnic area on Bear Canyon Road.
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