Member of the Campanulaceae family. Indian-tobacco reaches a height of 3 feet tall, and it grows in disturbed areas or woodlands of the United States and Canada. Its leaves are alternate in arrangement and ovate in shape, with minor serrations on the sides. Flowers are violet in color with a slight yellow tint in the center of the corolla. Each flower is composed of a two-parted upper lip, and a three-parted lower lip. Indian-tobacco blooms in the fall months of July-October.