An annual herbaceous branching plant with two porous leaves, pale pink irregular flowers, bracts, equal pedicels and two sepals with 5-10 pink-violet corollas with a dark top. Upper petal with spur. The fruit is a one-seeded spherical nutlet.
It grows in weedy places, more often in foothill areas, vegetable gardens, gardens, fallows, etc. It occurs throughout the European part of Russia, in the Caucasus.
In the folk medicine of Azerbaijan and Dagestan, the herb collected during flowering is used as a wound healing agent for lichen and scabies.