Distribution: Occurring only in the Olympic Mountains in Washington, where endemic.
Habitat: Open, rocky areas at high elevations.
Growth Duration: Perennial
Conservation Status: Not of concern
Perennial herbs, creeping below ground, glabrous or finely scabrous, the lax stems up to 1 dm. tall.
Basal leaves oblanceolate, 1-3 cm. long and 1/3 as wide, sharply serrate with firm, slender teeth; cauline leaves alternate, similar and nearly as large as the basal.
Flowers 1-3 on the branch ends; calyx lobes 5, leaf-like, narrow, 5-10 mm. long, with a few slender teeth; corolla saucer-shaped, blue, 12-16 mm. long, the 5 broad lobes twice as long as the tube; stamens 5; style much shorter than the corolla; ovary inferior.
Capsule 3-celled; sub-globose, 3-5 cm. long and wide.