Alternate name: Pacific Water-dropwort
Family: Apiaceae, Carrot view all from this family
Description Native perennial. Height: up to 40 inches. Habit: lax, often reclining. Leaves: blades up to 1 foot long borne on petioles up to 14 inches in length. The parsley-like leaf blade is divided into serrated, lobed leaflets. Flower: Compound umbel, 2-4" diameter, of many flowers with bright white to pink-tinged petals.
Flower May - July.
Habitat Shorelines, stream banks; semi-aquatic.
Range Western North America from Alaska to California.
Discussion Also known as: Pacific water parsley.