Distribution: Endemic to Chelan and Okanogan counties, Washington.
Habitat: From open slopes and flats at moderate elevations to alpine meadows.
Conservation Status: Not of concern
Tufted perennials from a loose, woody rhizome, the stems 1-2.5 dm. tall, usually glabrous below the glandular-hairy inflorescence.
Leaves opposite, entire, the basal ones well-developed and forming rosettes, 2.5-6 cm. long and 5-18 mm. wide; cauline leaves few, sessile, often reduced.
Inflorescence of 1-3 dense verticillasters; calyx 4-6 mm. long, the 5 segments tapered, with scarious margins; corolla deep blue or occasionally pale yellow, glandular-hairy, 9-12 mm. long, the tube narrow, only 2-3 mm. wide at the mouth, the raised portion of the lower lip bearded; pollen sacs glabrous, sub-rotund, 0.5-0.6 mm. long, wholly dehiscent, becoming opposite; staminode bearded toward the expanded tip.
Capsule 4-5 mm. long