Distribution: Southern Okanogan County to southern Chelan County, east into Douglas County, Washington
Habitat: Dry, grassy hillsides and ponderosa pine forests
Flowers: April - June
Conservation Status: Not of concern
Rather stout perennial from a thick, branching, fibrous root, the single stem 3-8 dm. tall, glabrous below but glandular at least in the inflorescence.
Leaves few, glabrous and glaucous, mostly on the lower 1/5 of the stem; leaf blades 2-7 cm. broad, 3-4 times dissected, the ultimate segments linear, 1-2 mm. broad.
Inflorescence compound, the main raceme as long as the rest of the stem, loosely many-flowered; pedicels elongate, spreading; sepals 5, creamy-white to greenish-white, green-tipped, the lateral pair oblong, about 10 mm. long; spur 12-15 mm. long; petals 4, small, creamy-yellow; stamens numerous; pistils 3.
Follicles 15-22 mm. long, erect, glabrous to glandular-pubescent.