a spring dicentra (Dicentra cucullaria) with pinkish, double-spurred flowers, found in E U.S.
Origin of Dutchman's-breechesso named from resemblance of the flower to a tiny pair of knickerbockers
plural nounused with a sing. or pl. verb
A woodland plant (Dicentra cucullaria) of the northern United States and southern Canada, having finely divided leaves and yellowish-white flowers with two spurs.