"This is an erect, branching perennial, up to 2 ft. tall, well-known for its showy flowers. A nodding, red and yellow flower with upward spurred petals alternating with spreading, colored sepals and numerous yellow stamens hanging below the petals. The compound leaves, divided into round-lobed threes, are attractive in their own right."
Open field just outside town
" It is reported that Native Americans rubbed the crushed seeds on the hands of men as a love charm." http://www.solsticelight.com/aks/gallery...
Lat: 62.27, Long: -150.03
Spotted on Jul 15, 2013
Submitted on Aug 3, 2013