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Oregon Saxifrage | Saxifrage oregana

This resilient perennial has basal rosettes with small white flowers dotting the 11-47 inch tall stalks. It’s an important early season nectar source for many native pollinators.

For more information, view the NRCS Plant Materials Center’s Plant Guide for Oregon Saxifrage.


Plant Details

HabitatsRiparian Forests, Bottomland Forests, Shrub Swamp, Shallow Marsh, Wet Prairie
Habitat NotesThese plants prefer wet - even waterlogged - soils in winter and spring. Because they are dormant in summer, they can withstand dry summer soils.
Mature Height11-47"
Shade Preferencefull sun, part shade
Soil Tolerancemoist to wet soils
Special UsesAttracts pollinators.