D. Consolida: annual, erect, about one foot high, branched, nearly glabrous; leaves stalked, deeply divided into linear segments, the upper ones sessile; flowers blue, sometimes reddish or white, in loose racemes, the spur of the calyx as long as the rest of the flower; petals two, their appendages united on the under side into an inner spur; carpel solitary. - Cornfields. Fl. June, July.