Description from Flora of China
Herbs perennial, to 15 cm tall, drying dark brown. Stems usually several, densely tufted, outer stems usually procumbent to ascending, longer than central stem. Leaves basal and on stem; petiole 1--3(--6) cm, ± long pubescent; leaf blade linear to lanceolate-oblong, 2--7 X ca. 1.8 cm, glabrous except finely pubescent along midvein on adaxially, usually pinnatipartite; segments 6--9 pairs, triangular to triangular-ovate, margin double dentate. Stem leaves sometimes pseudo-opposite. Flowers axillary. Pedicel short. Calyx more than 2 cm, densely long pubescent, ca. 1/2 cleft anteriorly; lobes 2, shallowly pinnatifid. Corolla rose-pink; tube to 12 cm, sparsely pubescent; galea slightly twisted, densely pubescent at middle, prominently crested in front; beak curved below; lower lip to 2.8 cm wide, long ciliate, rounded. Filaments densely pubescent. Fl. Jun--Aug, fr. Aug--Sep.
* Alpine meadows; 2900--3500 m. SW Gansu, E Qinghai, W Sichuan.