Impatiens pallida Nuttall
- Botanical Name
- Impatiens pallida Nuttall
- Common Name
- Yellow Jewelweed, Pale Jewelweed
- Flora of Virginia Name/Status
- Impatiens pallida Nutt.
- Forma dichroma, with white petals and a yellow or yellowish spurred sepal, has been photographed in Rockbridge County along the Blue Ridge Parkway.
- Well-drained floodplain forests, cove forests, mesic slope and ridge forests, mafic and calcareous boulder fields, seeps and seepage swamps, and stream banks; usually in base-rich soils. Common in the mountains; frequent in the Piedmont; rare in the Coastal Plain.
- Native Status
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