Phacelia crenulata

Phacelia crenulata (Notch-leaved phacelia), is a flowering plant in the family Hydrophyllaceae, native to the Mojave Desert of the southwestern United States.

It is an annual plant growing 7-60 cm tall, with crenate to deeply lobed leaves 2-8 cm long, rarely 12 cm. The flowers are violet to blue-purple in color, 4-10 mm long. It can produce a skin rash similar to that produced by poison ivy.


  1. Jepson Flora Project: Phacelia crenulata
  2. Mojave Desert Wildflowers, Jon Mark Stewart, 1998, pg. 153

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Phacelia crenulata


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