A beautiful perennial that forms silver clumps a foot across. In early spring it makes a delightful show of purple flowers followed by the locoweed pods. It is a high elevation plant that grows in full sun on road cuts. Use in rock gardens or perennial gardens. Has proven to be difficult.
Oxytropis oreophila tolerates sand.
Foliage of Oxytropis oreophila is deciduous.
Flower of Oxytropis oreophila has color violet.
Communities for Oxytropis oreophila:Red Fir Forest and Yellow Pine Forest.