Hey there! This is a funny shaped flower—any of you know its name?
Check back with you later!
Yes! We had correct guesses today! This is a native Impatiens, the Jewelweed or Spotted Touch-me-not, Impatiens capensis.
Those things our readers mentioned in the comments are correct, but let me also add we see hummingbirds absolutely working these orange flowers. They may not smell, but I guess a load of nectar gets trapped in the tiny trumpet flower. And of course, those hummers love red and orange flowers.
Certainly this is one of those under-appreciated plants. It spreads readily by seed and fills a lot of damp, shady land. It can grow 2-5 feet if the conditions are right.