Color, white. Stem, stout, smooth, round, 3 to 6 feet high. Leaves, palmately veined and cut, sometimes 6 inches across, the lower ones with petioles, the upper sessile, smaller, triangular, square at the base. Late summer.

New Jersey southward and westward. In rich woods and prairies.

C. suaveolens. - This is a plant of lower growth (highest 5 feet), with triangular-shaped, pointed, toothed leaves, the stem leaves with winged petioles. August and September.

A rare growth of rich woods from Connecticut west and south.