Fritillaria glauca facts for kids
Quick facts for kidsFritillaria glauca
Fritillaria glauca is a species of fritillary known by the common names Siskiyou fritillary and Siskiyou missionbells.
This uncommon wildflower grows a short stem reaching 5 to 20 centimeters tall and surrounded by two to four thick, sickle-shaped leaves. It is sometimes stunted-looking with a curled or warped stem; it often grows in exposed mountainous areas. The lily flower is nodding and has six thick tepals one to two centimeters long. They are yellow to purple and densely mottled. The fruits are winged.
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