The following Participating Institutions are custodians for this species in the CPC National Collection:
Mercer Arboretum and Botanic Gardens
The conservation of Thalictrum texanum is fully sponsored.
Dave Berkshire contributed to this Plant Profile.
Dioecious perennial from a cluster of small, orange-yellow, carrot-like roots that become black when dry. Stems erect or sprawling, 4-18" tall. Bears clusters of small white flowers February- May.
Distribution & Occurrence
In woodlands and woodland margins on soils with a surface layer of sandy loam , but also on prairie pimple mounds. In woodlands it grows on both uplands & creek terraces, but is perhaps most common on claypan savannas.
Conservation, Ecology & Research
Poole, J.M.; Carr, W.R.; Price, D.M.; Singhurst, J.R. 2007. Rare Plants of Texas. College Station, TX. Texas A&M University Press. 640p.
Small, J.K. 1903. Flora of the southeastern United States. New York, N.Y. the author.