|Description||Oregon saxifrage grows as a basal rosette with clusters of small white flowers dotting a tall stem. An important early season nectar source for many native pollinators. It prefers wet--even waterlogged--soils in winter and spring. Because Oregon saxifrage goes dormant in summer it can withstand dry summer soils.
|Bloom Period||Spring-early summer.|
|Height at Maturity||12"-48"|
|Light Requirements||Sun to part shade.|
|Moisture Needs||Wet, tolerates summer drought.|
Most types with adequate winter and spring moisture. Tolerates water-logged soils.