Distribution: Widely distributed throughout much of Washington; ranging throughout nearly all of North America.
Habitat: Woodlands and waste places, tending to be weedy.
Conservation Status: Not of concern
Pubescent annual, the stems 1.5-5 dm. tall, usually erect.
Leaves petiolate, the blades cordate-rotund, 2-5 cm. broad, palmately divided nearly to the base into 5 wedge-shaped divisions, these cleft 1/3-1/2 their length into linear segments.
Inflorescence a congested cyme, with the peduncles and pedicels no longer than the calyx; sepals 5, 4-8 mm. long, 3-nerved, with a bristle-tip 1-1.5 mm. long; petals 5, rounded or slightly notched, pink or rose; fertile stamens 10, the filaments free to the base; stylar column about 1.5 cm. long with a beak 2-2.5 mm. long.
Carpels hairy and puberulent; seeds net-veined.