Distribution: Klickitat County, Washington, south through western Oregon to California.
Habitat: Vernally moist, open slopes and meadows.
Flowers: April - May
Conservation Status: Not of concern
Glabrous, slender annuals, the stems usually simple, 1-5 dm. tall.
Leaves opposite, distant, the lower ones obovate and short-petiolate, the others oblong and sessile, 1-3 cm. long and 3-10 mm. wide.
Inflorescence spike-like, appearing quadrangular; calyx obsolete; corolla 5-lobed, two-lipped, deep pink with one or two red dots at the base of the lower lip, with a slender and elongate spur; stamens 3, attached on the corolla; ovary inferior.
Carpel 2-4 mm. long, with a groove on the convex side, and a band of long, cylindrical hairs on each side of the groove.