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Lomatium brandegeei, also known as Brandegee's desert-parsley is a perennial herb of the family Apiaceae that grows in northern Washington and into British Columbia. Compound umbels with yellow flowers appear from May to June. It has a relatively short taproot, and its stems are 20–60 cm tall.
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