The upside-down-looking flowers are red and yellow with reddish spurs and bulbous glandular tips. Tap-rooted perennial flower with a simple stem and fern-like foliage. Its leaves are mainly basal and are divided into 3 leaflets.
|Habitat Notes||Riparian Forest; Upland Prairie and Oak Savanna; Oak Woodland|
|Years Planted at Arboretums||2011|
|Soil Tolerance||Moist soil|
|Special Uses||Attracts insects, bees and butterflies; Attracts hummingbirds; Ornamental|