Resembling the Spotted Touch-me-not, but usually stouter and higher. Flowers pale yellow, sparingly spotted with reddish brown or without spots, 1 to 1 ½ inches long, the saccate sepal dilated-conic, as broad as long, abruptly contracted into a short, scarcely incurved spur, which is less than one-third the length of the saccate sepal.
In situations similar to the preceding species but more common northward, Nova Scotia to Saskatchewan, south to Georgia and Kansas. Flowering from July to September.
Memoir 15 N. Y. State Museum
B. Pale Touch-Me-Not; Jewelweed - Impatiens pallida