Jewelweed is a member of the Balsaminaceae family, and can be often found in woods or along streams. This plant can be found June-October and grows from 1-4 feet tall. The flowers are orange with a three-lobed corolla. One of the calyx lobes is colored similarly to the corolla, and it forms a hooked conical spur at the back of the flower. Jewelweed was traditionally used to soothe rashes such as those caused by poison ivy, but controlled medical studies have not been conducted to approve it for this use. Blooms June-October.