Distribution: Columbia River Gorge, southeast Washington and northeast Oregon, east to Idaho and Montana and south to California
Habitat: Moist ground, foothills to mid-elevations in the mountains
Flowers: April - July
Conservation Status: Not of concern
Herbaceous perennial from a short, stout rhizome, the stems 1-6 dm. tall, mostly glabrous.
Leaves all basal, long-petiolate, the blades sub-orbicular to reniform-cordate, 2.5-8 cm. wide and nearly as long, palmately veined, coarsely toothed, the teeth again with a few small teeth.
Inflorescence a terminal raceme; calyx of 4 sepals; corolla blue, 4-7 mm. long, bell-shaped, the 4 lobes much longer than the tube, entire, somewhat spreading, the upper lobe the largest; stamens 2; stigma capitate.
Capsule 5-7 mm. high and wide, shallowly notched.