They have orange flowers with a curved spur off the back and reddish spots. The leaves are wide ovals and toothed. The plant can reach more than 3' tall.
Flower Type: Irregular flowers each with a hollow spur that bends underneath
Flower Color: Orange with reddish-brown spots
Leaf Arrangement: Alternate
Plant Type: Wildflower (Tall - 2-5 feet)
Leaf Type: Egg-shaped and coarsely toothed
Stem: Succulent (fleshy)
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