Published by Daniel Mosquin on August 5, 2005
Family / Families: Crassulaceae Scientific Name(s): Dudleya pulverulenta (Nutt.) Britton & Rose
Institution(s): E.H. Lohbrunner Alpine Garden, University of British Columbia Botanical Garden
Accession Number(s): 1997-0099 Location(s): Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada Entry Author(s): Daniel Mosquin
Copyright Holder(s): Daniel Mosquin
Image License: Creative Commons License Tags: Crassulaceae, Photo by Daniel, Saxifragales, UBC Botanical Garden
A close-up of the flowers of Dudleya pulverulenta
Chalk liveforever is native to southwest North America.
It is member of the stonecrop family, the Crassulaceae, namesake of a particular plant adaptation called Crassulacean Acid Metabolism.
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Great photo, It amazes me the amount of flowering types of plants there really is. Keep up good work.
I just love the photos here… i this on my start up page…. this flower is awesome…. i too am constantly amazed at the photos… i look forward each day to see what beauty is there to welcome my day.
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