Long stalked, ascending clusters arising from leaf axils in the upper plant, with 3 to several short-stalked flowers branching at the tip of each cluster. Flowers are about 2″ long, white to pale pink or lavender, tubular with 5 rounded lobes.
|Season Bloom||May - June|
|Habitat||Part shade, sun; average to moist; fields, open woods, roadsides|
|Leaf Description||Basal and lowest stem leaves are somewhat variable, stalked, mostly. Toothless, mostly hairless, narrowly spatula shaped to oblong to narrowly egg shaped, 4 to 6" long, up to 2 1/2" wide, a blunt or rounded tip, and often somewhat wavy around the edges.|
|Light Source||Sun, Partial Sun|