Distribution: Both sides of the Cascades in Washington; Alaska south to northern California, east to Idaho and Montana.
Habitat: Wet cliffs and ledges, usually at mid- to high elevations in the mountains, but descending to near sea level in the Columbia River Gorge.
Conservation Status: Not of concern
Slender, lax, herbaceous perennials, 1-2 dm. tall, nearly glabrous except for the soft hairs on the margins of the petioles.
Leaves mostly basal, the blades reniform-orbicular, 1-4 cm. wide, palmately veined and coarsely dentate; petioles well-developed, their bases expanding and overlapping; cauline leaves few and low on the stem, or none.
Inflorescence several-flowered, racemose, loose and elongate on naked peduncles, surpassing the leaves, the pedicels 1-4 cm. long; calyx divided nearly to the base, the 5 lobes short; corolla bell-shaped, 5-lobed, white with a yellow eye, 6-11 mm. long and wide; stamens 5; style 2-5 mm. long, 2-parted.
Capsule 2-celled, ovules numerous.