Distribution: Blue Mountains of southeast Washington.
Habitat: Open, fairly dry, rocky areas.
Flowers: June - July
Conservation Status: Threatened in Washington (WANHP)
Scapose perennial from an obliquely ovoid bulb, with new bulbs developing outside the bulb coat; outer coat pale brown with a conspicuous, irregular, oblong or rhomboidal network pattern.
Leaves 2, linear, nearly flat, much shorter that the terete scape.
Umbel many-flowered, the pedicel 1-2 times as long as the tepals; tepals 6, 10-15 mm. long, bright pink, narrowly lanceolate, tapered and pointed, denticulate; stamens 6, about 2/3 the length of the tepals.
Capsule 3-celled, without a crest.