*This plant is not currently in production, but the page is preserved for informational purposes.
This deciduous perennial from southern Arizona occurs along canyons at elevations from 3900 to 4500 feet. During active growth it can reach about 3 feet in height. It will die back to a long-lived woody stem in the winter. Clusters of tiny five-petaled, white flowers tinged with lavender appear from March through May. The leaves vary from lance-shaped to threadlike. It performs best with afternoon shade and is drought tolerant once established.