Distribution: Occurring chiefly west of the Cascades crest in Washington, but also in northeastern Washington and in the Columbia River Gorge; Alaska to California, east to northern Idaho and western Montana.
Habitat: Common in damp woods, forest edges, and along streams from sea level to middle elevations in the mountains.
Growth Duration: Perennial
Conservation Status: Not of concern
Stipules are sheathed, greenish, ca. 5 mm, and membranous. Petioles are 3-30 cm; blades are 3.5-10 cm, ultimate margins ciliate.
40-90 cm in total, densely stipitate-glandular or glandular-hispid; bracts are mostly subtending pedicels scalelike.
Hypanthium is campanulate to widely urceolate, 4.5-9 mm, stipitate-glandular. Sepals are erect, elliptic, 1-3 mm, apex acute. Petals are erect proximally, spreading to reflexed distally, obovate, 5-7-lobed, 3-7 mm, lobes are usually linear.
100-150 seeds are produced, ranging from 0.8-1 mm.