Island Alumroot, Jill-of-the-Rocks: Endemic to the Channel Islands of California, where it grows on cliffs. It is rare in the wild due to its limited distribution. An attractive garden plant, valued for both its foliage and flowers. This is a rhizomatous perennial herb growing a broad patch of large, rounded, multi-lobed green leaves with long leaf stalks and many clusters of tiny, hairy flowers on 20" stalks. Each flower is round shaped with fleshy white or pink lobes and tiny petals.