Distribution: Occurring primarily in the serpentine slopes of the Wenatchee Mountains in Washington.
Habitat: Open, usually rocky areas, at moderate to mid-elevations in the mountains.
Conservation Status: Sensitive in Washington (WANHP)
Thinly woolly-canescent perennial from a branched, woody base and taproot, the numerous stems 1-3 dm. tall.
Leaves all cauline, flat, pinnatifid, with a broad midrib, up to about 5 cm. long.
Heads discoid, few or solitary on each stem; involucre 10-14 mm. high, the bracts narrow and equal; flowers light pink, all perfect; pappus of 10-16 hyaline scales.