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Family = Nyctaginaceae, Genus = Abronia, Species = mellifera, including synonyms,

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Abronia mellifera   (white sand verbena, honey-scented sand-verbena)  
(= Abronia mellifera in Flora of the Pacific Northwest)
Herbaceous perennial from a woody taproot, somewhat glandular, finely puberulent to glabrous, with numerous decumbent but erect-tipped branches 2-7 dm. long.
Distribution: Distributed east of the Cascades in Washington in the Columbia Basin and along the Snake River; north-central Oregon, southeastern Oregon and adjacent Idaho, southeastern Idaho and adjacent Wyoming.
Habitat: Dunes and sandy soil at low elevations.
Origin: Native



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