Family, Parsley. Color, yellow. Flowers, 'in umbels on slender peduncles, the pods becoming long-stalked. Few or no involucral bracts underneath. Leaves, twice or thrice compound, rather large, the petioles of those above swollen at base. Leaflets, ovate or narrow, tipped with a small bristle at apex. Smooth plants, 1 to 3 feet high.

In dry, rocky woods, sandy soil, from New England to North Carolina and westward.