A little perennial that inhabits partially shaded dry woody slopes in the Sierras and N.Calif. Mtns. It fuzzy green leaves look something like a minature New Zealand Spinach. The flowers are insignificant but the plant makes a great show of presenting them.(I waited in anticipation the first time it flowered in the nursery, nothing much.)
Foliage of Draperia systyla is deciduous.
Flower of Draperia systyla has color na.
Communities for Draperia systyla:Red Fir Forest and Yellow Pine Forest.