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Tufted saxifrage Where Adaptations Stats History The Tufted Saxifrage has a chemical anti freeze protection so it can survive in cold weather, next, it has the ability to live in harsh conditions and last, is the development of leaves that limit transpiration The plant’s scientific name Saxifraga comes from the Latin words saxum (rock) and frago (to break).
most saxifradge family plants favcour rocky enviroments like cliff faces and often sdeem to break up the rockbefore pushing out of it wich suggests very strong roots. the tufted saxidrage is a small flower that grows in thick matts on the tundra, it has several straight flowers measuring 3 -15cm.
the leaves are rigid and have hairs that measure around 5-10mm.
their tips divide into three lobes. Tufted saxifrage grows mostly inthe most northern parts of Lapland, but patches also grow on Olostunturi Fell near Muonio, further south. The tufted saxifrage grows together in north-eastern gorges with many other plants that favour fell slopes. The tufted saxifradge is also self pollinating as the the stamens bend over the stigmas, shaking pollen on them. This strategy enusures the pollination of the plant and its survivial.
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