|Cliff Fendlerbush is a
Saxifrage Family. It
appears as a small shrub and grows
to 6 feet in height and has shiny, dark green, elongated leaves to 1 3/4
inches in length. The plant typically grows
on dry, rocky slopes at elevations between
Native Americans used parts of
the Cliff Fendlerbush for food and to smoke.
Cliff Fendlerbush typically blooms between March -
June and produces large white flowers to 2 inches in width with four
spoon shaped petals, followed by a small acorn.