A  plant much talked about!

A lot of visitors ask about this yellowy-orange to orange plant, up to 40cm tall, that flowers abundantly in July and August. Pinnate-leaved ragwort is an eastern Alpine plant, which only occurs to the east of the river Inn. It grows mainly in mountain pine forests and on stony, dry meadows.

Though its flowers are similar in colour and appearance, this plant is not to be confused with arnica. Past its bloom, its white, hairy inflorescence is very noticeable.





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