Family, Logania. Colors, red and yellow. Corolla, tubular, long, funnel-shaped, deeply 5-parted at the border. Calyx, 5-toothed. Stamens, 5, joined to the tube of the corolla. Pistil, protruding. Flowers, in 1-sided spikes, showy. Leaves, opposite, with stipules united, sessile, acute, ovate, 2 to 4 inches long, pinnately veined. Stem, smooth. erect branched at base or simple, 1 to 2 feet high. May to July.
In rich woods, New Jersey to Ohio, southward and westward.