Lewisia is a genus of flowering plant, named for Meriwether Lewis who encountered the species in 1806. There are 19 species and several varieties. The native habitat of Lewisia species is north facing cliffs in the western part of North America. Most species are deciduous, Lewisia longipetala is the only semi-deciduous species, and some species are evergreen.
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