Distribution: East of the Cascades in Washington; south to California, eastward from Montana to Utah.
Habitat: Mostly in more or less alkaline meadows and flats, in plains, foothills and valleys
Conservation Status: Not of concern
Perennial tufted herb.
All basal; broad with unlobed margins, pubescent.
Showy, white, bell-shaped with 5 flaring lobes.
Many seeded capsules.
The bell-shaped corolla and hairy leaves distinguish this species from H. pumilis, which has flatter saucer-shaped corollas and more glabrous leaves.