Common name(s): Horkelia, Kellog's Horkelia, Wedgeleaf Horkelia
Family: Rosaceae- Rose Family
Species: Horkelia cuneata ssp. sericea
Commonly found: Hollows and glades
Size: 1-2.5 ft
Description: This species of Horkelia is a rare native perennial that grows in Southern and Central California, primarily along the coast. The plant is generally hairier than other subspecies. The leaves are compound in a shape in the shape of a feather with 5-12 leaflets per side. The flowers are white and sometimes in clusters. This subspecies is endangered.
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