Throughout the spring and summer
Small flowers that grow in bunches at the top of the stalk.
Mountainous, sunny, dry, and often rocky locations
Up to 11,500 ft
Can cause allergic reactions. Toxic to many animals.
The plant can be eaten to utilize some of its medicinal properties, but it should not be used as a food source.
It has been used throughout history as a way to heal by staunching the blood flow of wounds. It has a mild numbing effect.