Also known as - Northern Gentian, Autumn Gentian, Felwort.
Latin synonyms - Gentiana amarella, Gentiana acuta
Native to Alberta. Biennial.
By Gustave J. Yaki
Native; circumpolar. Uncommon. Stems, basal rosette in first year; short
erect stem in second year; single or branched from base, branches strongly ascending, 0.5-5dm tall. Leaves,
basal, oval-spatulate, blunt; upper, stalkless, oblong-linear. Flowers, few-numerous; 1-3 in each axil, or in
dense clusters; slender-tubed, fringed at throat, usually 5-lobed, the lobes light violet, pale blue, greenish
yellow or whitish, 10-15mm long; July-Sept. Fruit, capsule. Habitat: moist woods, meadows.
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