||Late spring, summer
||Deciduous forest and edges
||Flowers are pink to reddish-purple with 5 petals with dark streaks. flowers are about 1/2″ in diameter and are often found in pairs on hairy flower stalks.
||Leaves are fern-like, deeply cut into 3-5 segments that are also deeply cleft.
||Stems are erect and hairy. the plant is strongly scented, which is why the name used in England is “Stinking Bob”.