|A slowly spreading rhizomatous perennial with 2-branched stems. Produces ovate-lance-shaped, downward-pointing, perfoliate, mid-green leaves, hairy underneath. Bears single or paired, pendent, tubular-bell-shaped, yellow flowers with free slightly twisted tepals and stamens longer than styles. In general, these woodland perennials, native to Eastern North America, have pendent yellow flowers from mid to late spring. A nice addition to the shade or woodland garden as long as soil is fertile, moist, and well-drained.