|* Native plant; grows in moist soils of Maple and Gambel Oak thickets along Wasatch foothills, sometimes carpeting the entire forest floor.
* Corollas very delicate.
* Flower heads usually form into ball shapes.
* Young shoots and roots reported to be edible.
* The related Western Waterleaf (Hydrophyllum occidentale) is almost identical, but with flower spikes taller than the leaves. Both kinds are found in Corner Canyon.