Bergenia crass if o lia (L.) Fritsch (Saxifragaceae).
Description. A perennial herb with thick creeping rhizomes and leafless thick stems, up to 35 cm tall. The leaves are large, leathery, thick, shiny on top, the winter persistent, obovate or elliptical, with a rounded or slightly notched base, crenate-toothed or nearly entire on the edges, extended on stalks at the base. Leaves collected in the basal rosette. Flowers are without bracts, in corymbose-paniculate inflorescence, the stems are with scattered, sessile, capitate hairs. Calyx is bell-shaped; petals are pink, with a short broad claw. A boll is two-horned.
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