Saxifraga pensylvanica / Swamp Saxifrage


Comprised of a beautiful rosette of basal foliage and a flowering stem, swamp saxifrage is found in swamps and seepage areas. Its leaves are a traditional edible among the Cherokee.

Also known as Micranthes pensylvanica.


Height: 1-3′   Blooms: May, June

Habitat: Wet, sun to part shade

Provenance: NJ

Deer Resistance: Low


BONAP 2022 Micranthes pensylvanica Native Range Map

Additional information


Three inch pot