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Family = Brassicaceae, Genus = Arabis, Species = hirsuta, including synonyms,

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Arabis eschscholtziana   (hairy rockcress)  
(= Arabis hirsuta in Flora of the Pacific Northwest)
Biennial from a simple crown and strong taproot, the 1-several simple stems 1.5-10 dm. tall, pubescent at the base with stiff, simple hairs, becoming glabrous above.
Distribution: Occurring on both sides of the Cascades in Washington; Alaska south to California, east to the northern Rocky Mountains.
Habitat: Open areas, often in waste places, from sea level to mid-elevations in the mountains.
Origin: Native

Arabis hirsuta   (hairy rockcress)  
(= Arabis hirsuta in Flora of the Pacific Northwest)
Biennial from a simple crown and strong taproot, the 1-several simple stems 1.5-10 dm. tall, pubescent at the base with stiff, simple hairs, becoming glabrous above.
Distribution: Circumpolar; in North America, south to California and New Mexico.
Habitat: Open areas, often in waste places, from sea level to mid-elevations in the mountains.
Origin: Native



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