Basal leaf rosettes and intermingled procumbent stolons. Leaf blades oval, with 1/2 in. petioles, green above, covered with matted white hairs beneath; leaves progressively smaller toward stolon tips. Inflorescence consists of individual flower heads along the upper part of 5 in. or longer stalks. Female flower head slightly larger than male. Grows in open woods, often near streams, at mid- to high elevations. Racemosa refers to stalked flowers arranged along a central stem.
- Rarity: Locally Common
- Flowering Time: All Summer
- Life Cycle: Perennial
- Height: 5--20 inches
- Habitat: West-Side Forest, East-Side Forest, Alpine, Subalpine, Shrub-Steppe
- Found In: Wallowas, Olympic Np, Mt. Rainier Np, N Cascades Np, Siskiyous, West Gorge
- Native: Yes