Distribution: Grant and Douglas Counties, Washington.
Habitat: Shallow, vernally-moist soils in low, open areas.
Flowers: May - July
Conservation Status: Imperiled/Vulnerable in Washington (WANHP)
Scapose perennial from one or more ovoid bulbs, the inner coats reddish to white, the outer coats gray to brown; with a thin inner membrane showing a distinct network pattern.
Leaves 2, narrow, concave-convex, persisting at maturity, shorter than the scape; scape strongly thickened below the umbel, with a definite constriction between the swollen apex of the scape and the umbel; scape usually 2-3 dm. tall, terete.
Umbel several- to many-flowered, the slender pedicels 2-3 times the length of the tepals; tepals usually 7-8 mm. long, entire, pointed, narrowly lanceolate, usually pink; stamens 6, about as long as the tepals.