Distribution: Widely distributed throughout Washington; widely distributed throughout North America.
Habitat: Cultivated fields, roadsides, open areas, and other disturbed sites.
Origin: Introduced from Europe
Conservation Status: Not of concern
Perennial herbs from deep, widespread rhizomes, the stems trailing and somewhat twining, 2-20 dm. long, glabrous to densely pubescent.
Leaves alternate, petiolate; leaf blades usually sagittate or hastate, obtuse or pointed, 2-6 cm. long.
Flowers in the axils on peduncles exceeding the leaves, single with a pair of bracts about mid-length, or two with the shorter peduncle bractless; calyx divided to the base, the 5 lobes oblong, 4-5 mm. long, with papery margins; corolla funnel-shaped, white or purplish-pink, at least on the outside, 3-5 cm. long; stamens 5, attached near the base of the corolla alternate with the lobes; style slender, exceeding the stamens, the stigmas slightly flattened; ovary 2-celled, superior.
Capsule oblong-obconic, 5-7 mm. long