C. Lutetiana: stems erect or shortly decumbent, rooting at the base, 1-1 1/2 feet high, clothed with short whitish hairs; leaves thin, stalked, broadly ovate, rather coarsely toothed; flowers white or pink, in slightly-branched, leafless, terminal racemes; capsule pear-shaped, forming a small burr. - Woods and shady situations. Fl. June, July.

C. alpina: resembling the last, smaller in all its parts, glabrous, seldom above six inches high; leaves heart-shaped, glossy. - Woods, and stony places in mountain districts. Fl. July, August.