|jewelweed, touch-me-not (Impatiens spp.)||
jewelweed, touch-me-not (Impatiens spp.; TOUCH-ME-NOT FAMILY [Balsaminaceae]) Two species of 2-5' tall annuals. Flower orange or yellow, depending on the species, about 1" long, drooping from a long stalk and with a short inward-curved spur. Fruit is a plump pod that explodes when ripe. The coarsely toothed succulent leaves are oval or elliptical, and the succulent stems are translucent. Moist woods and meadows, springy places; slow growing at first. Flowers in summer and early fall. 
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