Smelowskia, sometimes called false candytufts, is a genus of flowering plants in the crucifer family Brassicaceae, native to mountains and arctic regions of Asia and western North America. They may or may not be of Beringian origin.
Currently accepted species include:
Smelowskia alba (Pall.) Regel
Smelowskia altaica (Pobed.) Botsch.
Smelowskia americana Rydb.
Smelowskia annua Rupr.
Smelowskia bartholomewii (Al-Shehbaz) Al-Shehbaz & Warwick
Smelowskia bifurcata (Turcz. ex Ledeb.) Botsch.
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