Saxifraga sempervivum K. Koch.
NOT protected species in Bulgaria.
Perennial herbaceous plant forming loose cushions or mats. Outer rosette leaves usually 5–15 × 1.5–2.5 mm, linear-oblong to oblanceolate, acute, greyish-green, rigid to rather soft, with narrow hyaline margins, ciliate only at the base. Flowering stems 6–15 cm, glandular-pubescent, reddish-purple, with 10–15 cauline leaves usually less than 10 mm long. Inflorescence a spike-like raceme with 6–16 flowers, nodding in bud and at early anthesis, erect in fruit; cauline leaves and bracts reddish-purple with green tips. Calyx usually densely glandular-pubescent, deep reddish-purple; sepals acute to subacute, glandular-ciliate. Petals 2.5–3 × 1–2 mm, somewhat shorter than the sepals, reddish-purple, entire or crenulate at the apex. Beaks of capsule very short, not exserted from the calyx.
In rock crevices, on limestone, in the mountain and alpine belt.
The Slavyanka, Pirin, Rila, Western and Middle Rhodope Mountains, between 400 and 1800 m altitude.
Bulgaria, Serbia, Northern Macedonia, Greece, Albania and Turkey (Asia Minor).
 Botany.cz - SAXIFRAGA SEMPERVIVUM K. Koch..
 Кузманов, Б. 1970. В: Флора на Народна Република България, том IV, издателство на БАН, София.
 Кузманов, Б. 1970. Пос. източник.
 Marhold, K. (2011): Saxifragaceae – In: Euro+Med Plantbase - the information resource for Euro-Mediterranean plant diversity. (CC BY-SA 3.0).
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