A handsome mountain flower, with a hairy stem, from six inches to two feet tall, and velvety leaves, coarsely toothed, the lower ones usually heart-shaped. The flower-heads are usually single, over two inches across, with bright yellow rays, an orange center, and a hairy involucre. This is common in rich moist soil in mountain valleys, as far east as Colorado.

Broad leaved Arnica. A.latifolia

Broad-leaved Arnica. A.latifolia. SUNFLOWER FAMILY. Compositae.