|Family: Touch-Me-Not (Balsaminaceae)
Petal Arrangement: The Spotted Touch-Me-Not flower is very showy. Flowers are irregular and tubular in shape. Flower is composed of three petals, and two smaller sepals.
Color: Flowers are yellow/orange.
Leaf Arrangement: Touch-Me-Not leaves are alternate, whole, and toothed. Leaves are lance-shaped and large. The Touch-Me-Not stem is hollow and full of liquid.
Size, Location, Season: Grows 60-150 cm. (2-5 ft) tall and enjoys damp, shaded areas. It can be found in woods, roadsides, waste areas, or fields throughout Northeastern US. July-September
** Found at Brandeis University behind the Goldfarb Library, Waltham MA. - Mid-October.
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