The Siberian springbeauty (Claytonia sibirica) belongs to Portulaceae (the Purslane family). It is an annual or short-lived perennial that is native to Siberia and western North America, from Alaska south to California, east to Montana and Utah. This herb grows in moist wood at lowlands to mid-elevations, and it can reach 20-40 cm in height. The basal leaves are lanceolate to rhombic-ovate, and the cauline leaves are obovate-rhombic to broadly lanceolate and opposite. The flowers are white to deep pink or candy-striped, five petaled, and bloom in the elongated racemes from March to September.