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About a meter tall with deeply lobed red flowers.
Spotted in a moist overgrown meadow.
The Zuni people use this plant as an ingredient of "schumaakwe cakes" and used it externally for rheumatism and swelling. The Penobscot people smoked the dried leaves as a substitute for tobacco. It may also have been chewed.