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Dicentra  eximia (Ker Gawl.) Torr.   
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FamilyPAPAVERACEAE
Genus species var.Dicentra  eximia (Ker Gawl.) Torr. 
SynonymsFumaria eximia Ker Gawl. (basionym)
 Bicuculla eximia (Ker Gawl.) Millsp.
 Diclytra eximia (Ker Gawl.) DC.
Territory North-Central U.S.A.Northeastern U.S.A.Southeastern U.S.A.
shady rocks and woods
Altitude100-1700m
Description extensive rhizomes, leaves finely pinnate, ultimate segments more or less oblong, green and weakly greyish, flowers narrow, 15-20mm long, in long panicle
Size20-30cm
Colorpink, pinkish purple
Bloomspring, early summer
Ca-
Typetuft
Cultivationshady, humous, rock crevices
alpine house, humous, gravelly soil, shade
Propagationseed in winter, barely covered, germ. over 1 year, 13-16°C
division when dormant
BibliographyFlora of North America www.eFloras.org
USDA Plants Database plants.usda.gov
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