Growth habit prostrate to decumbent. Flowers are dark blue with white spots, tubular, grow in dense racemes, or on small plants there may be a single flower on the end of a stem. I measured flowers on the above plants to 2.5 cm long, and 2.5 cm wide, Leaves are oblong, opposite, I measured a leaf to at 2.5 cm long and 6 mm wide.
Found in sandy soils, moist meadows, and in the edges of aspen groves in southern Saskatchewan. Fairly common.
Height is listed in Budd's Flora to 30 cm, I measured plants to 30 cm tall. However, I've seen them growing prostrate or only a few cm tall, in open country in the Great Sand Hills.
The above photos were taken August 9th and 13th in a sandy moist meadow, and in the edges of aspen woods at White Butte, near Regina, SK.