Family: Papaveraceae, poppy family
Genus species: Dicentra cucullaria
Leaves are highly dissected into multiple leaflets and lobes.
Flowers are white with yellow tips, droop in a row from an arched stem. Each flower has two inflated spurs, suggesting the legs of tiny pants, ankles up. Flowers produce nectar, attract bees.
The genus name Dicentra is from the Latin for "twice-spurred," referring to the two-spurred flowers. The species name cucullaria is from the Latin for "hooded."