Plants are upright biennial. Preferred habitat is savannas,
roadsides and pine woods. Distribution is throughout the Escambia
Leaves are basal rosettes; spatula-shaped to oblong, no
teeth and no lobes.
Flowers are in a raceme, bisexual in nature; divided into
two parts, each being the image of the other; 5 sepals, 2 being
petaloid (petal-like, often applied to the sepals and bracts)
and yellowish-green; 8 stamens. Flowers occur in the spring and
Fruit is a capsule.