The flowers of this plant have a light purplish hue, with five petals and a hairy calyx at the base of each flower. The stems are hairy, with alternate leaves with five lobes. The lobes of the young leaves (third picture) do not have their lobes as strongly defined as the more mature leaves do (fifth picture). The plant grows to 2.5 feet tall.
This plant prefers moist and shaded areas, and its leaves sort of resemble maple leaves as well. Bees (and other insects) visit the flowers, as can be seen in this spotting: http://www.projectnoah.org/spottings/717.... Found at Barbara A. Beiser Field Station.