Syn.: Saxifraga aizoon Jacq.
Family: Saxifragaceae Juss.
Saxifraga paniculata
Distribution: Southern and Central Europe, Scandinavia, Caucasus, east of Northern America.
Ecology: Grows on rocks, screes and stony slopes. Flowers from June to July.
Description: Perennial herb, 15–30 cm high. The basal leaves are in a rosette, oblanceolate, leathery, the margins with small glands which secrete calcium carbonate. The flowers are white, often red dotted. The fruit is a capsule.
Treat and protection: The Livelong Saxifrage is a strictly protected plant in some countries (CZ).
Note: Often cultivated in the gardens.
Saxifraga paniculataSaxifraga paniculata
Saxifraga paniculataSaxifraga paniculata
These images were taken in Czechia, Hrubý Jeseník, Velká kotlina and Moravský Krumlov, sv. Florián (from 20. 5. to 22. 9. 2003).