|Description||Large-fruited lomatium, or biscuitroot, is a small, low-growing perennial in the carrot family that prefers dry, rocky areas. Delicate gray-green foliage emerges in late winter followed by an umbel of small, bright yellow blooms in early spring.|
|Height at Maturity||6-18"|
|Light Requirements||Sun to part shade.|
Sandy to loamy. Does not grow well in clay.