Distribution: Introduced in western Washington and British Columbia
Habitat: Escaped from cultivation at low elevations
Flowers: July - September
Origin: Introduced from Asia
Conservation Status: Not of concern
Succulent annual, the stems 6-13 dm. tall, often purplish-tinged.
Leaves alternate, opposite or whorled, the petioles stout, 2-5 cm. long; leaf blades ovate-oblong to ovate-elliptic, 6-15 cm. long, sharply and closely serrate.
Flowers several on elongated axillary peduncles; sepals 3, the saccate sepal whitish to red, 2-3 cm. long, purplish-spotted, with a recurved spur 4-5 mm. long; lateral sepals smaller, purplish; petals 5, white to red, the upper one notched at the tip, the lateral ones much smaller, in unequal pairs.