Mat. Leaves thin, noticeably blue-green, without hairs on upper surface, divided into 3 leaflets on short stalks, each toothed from middle to tip, central tooth shorter than its neighbors. Leaf veins not prominent, as in F. vesca. Flowers often 1 per stem, which does not exceed height of leaves; petals almost round, white or slightly pink. Fruit succulent, palatable. Grows in openings in woods, streambanks, meadows, from near coastline to subalpine zone.
- Rarity: Common
- Flowering Time: Late Spring
- Life Cycle: Perennial
- Height: 1--5 inches
- Habitat: Meadow, West-Side Forest, East-Side Forest
- Found In: Olympic Np, Mt. Rainier Np, N Cascades Np, Crater Lake Np, Wallowas, Steens, Siskiyous, West Gorge, East Gorge
- Native: Yes