State Rank Reason (see State Rank above)
A very common species throughout most of the state. Common in disturbed as well as pristine habitat.
Stems ascending to erect, 25–100 cm, usually branched. Herbage glabrous to pubescent. Leaves drooping; blades ovate to lance-ovate, mucronate, 2–10 cm long, lighter beneath. Inflorescence axillary and terminal cymes. Flowers tubular to campanulate; calyx 2–3 mm long; corolla white with pink lines, tube 3–5 mm long, lobes 2–3 mm long. Follicles pendulous or ascending, 5–13 cm long (Lesica 2012. Manual of Montana Vascular Plants. BRIT Press. Fort Worth, TX)
In Montana we have varieties androsaemifolium