Wildflowers of Southern Arizona
The small flowers have 4, petal-like, often scalloped appendages, each with a red to black, pad-shaped gland at their base. Although individually small, the flowers are quite numerous. The leaves are green, fleshy, and oval-shaped with with acute to obtuse tips. The stems are reddish. The plants are prostrate to ascending and glabrous to hairy.
Santa Catalina Mountains.
Sabino Canyon Recreation Area
Location: Alongside tram road just before Bluff Trail junction
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