Stems: erect with elongated internodes. Leaves: ellipical, petioled, slightly repand-denticulate, obtuse. Flowers: terminal in the upper axils. Fruit: a slender many-seeded capsule.
This small Willow-herb, which grows at the high altitudes, is almost invariably white, though very rarely it has pinkish flowers. The leaves are pale green and the green seed-pods are tinged with red, while the smooth seeds are tufted with long hairs at the ends.
Canada Violet (Viola canadensis)