Rocky Mountain Locoweed
Large cluster of white pea-shaped flowers in a round cluster at the top of the stem. Flowers often have pinkish or purple shading at the center and white at the ends. They are called the “locoweed” because they are mildly toxic to animals and are known to cause strange behavior.
|Scientific Name:||Oxytropis lambertii|
|Growing Season:||All summer|
|Soil Type:||Dry meadows|
Colorado Locoweed, Purple Locoweed
|Habitat:||Plains, Foothills and Montane|