Family: Cruciferae, mustard family
Genus, species: Dentaria laciniata
Leaves are lance-shaped, deeply toothed or lobed.
Flowers are white or pale pink, arranged in a small cluster at the tip of the stem. Each flower has four petals.
Fruit is a long thin pod, up to 2 inches long.
Dentaria is from the Latin for "toothwort," refers to the scales on the roots. The species name laciniata is from the Latin for "jagged" or "fringed."