Distribution: Both sides of the Cascades in Washington; British Columbia south to California, east through the Rockies to Wisconsin and Ontario.
Habitat: Moist, shady woods at low to mid-elevations.
Conservation Status: Not of concern
Somewhat glandular, slender perennial from fibrous roots, up to 9 dm. tall.
Leaves mostly near the base, long-petiolate, large and thin, deltoid-ovate to cordate, 3-15 cm. wide; leaves nearly glabrous above and white-woolly beneath, coarsely toothed to entire.
Involucre of less than 10 equal green bracts about 2 mm. long, reflexed in fruit; flowers whitish, tubular, the outer 3-7 pistillate, the inner about as many and staminate; pappus none.
Achene clavate, 5-8 mm. long.