Family, Figwort. Color, yellow. Leaves, the lower often deeply and irregularly cut; upper entire, oblong, or lance-like. A beautiful, bell-like flower, large, with a tubular, 5-clcft, short calyx, and 5 broad, spreading, rounded corolla-lobes ending a long, somewhat inflated tube which is woolly inside. The corolla slips easily off its receptacle. The 4 stamens, their anthers nodding toward one another in pairs, are bearded. Plant 2 to 4 feet high. The buds are especially pretty, often with a slight tinge of pink in their round heads. July and August. (See illustration, p. 205.)