Dicentra formosa subsp. oregana
Aliso 4: 91. 1958.
Leaf-blades distinctly glaucous on both surfaces. Flowers: petals cream-colored, rarely pale-yellow, rose-tipped. 2n = 32.
Phenology: Flowering early spring–early fall.
Habitat: Open to shaded moist woods and clearings, in loam or gravelly soils
Elevation: 500-2000 m
Subspecies oregana is known from Del Norte and Siskiyou counties in California and Curry and Josephine counties in Oregon.