This locoweed variety has small purple and pink flowers along the stem and covered with a hairy woolish bits. The stems are also hairy. The leaves are small and numerous, only about a half inch long, and grow opposite each other.
|Scientific Name:||Oxytropis splendens|
|Growing Season:||Early Summer|
|Soil Type:||Open dry areas|
|Habitat:||Foothills to montane|