Prostrate to erect, fleshy, hairless. Stems branch outward from base, often on ground, sometimes forming upright mounds. Leaves 2–3 in. long, egg- to spoon-shaped, with short petioles, deeply pinnately divided. Flowers clustered at stem tops, 4 petals pale to deep rose, rarely white, stems elongate to 8–14 in. in fruit. Seedpods fleshy, green drying to tan, with joint across center; upper section cone-shaped, with sharp point; lower section 2 horn-like projections; 1 seed in each section. Grows in coastal beach sand.
- Rarity: Locally Common
- Flowering Time: All Spring And Summer
- Life Cycle: Annual, Perennial
- Height: to 20 inches
- Habitat: Coastal
- Found In: Olympic NP
- Native: No