Distribution: From around Satus Creek, Yakima County, Washington, to Klickitat and Skamania Counties, south to Wasco and Hood River Counties, Oregon.
Habitat: Grassy slopes to drier woods, usually where vernally moist, often near seeps or springs along basaltic outcrops.
Flowers: March - May
Conservation Status: Not of concern
Scapose, perennial herbs without rhizomes or bulblets, finely glandular-pubescent throughout, the flowering stems 1-4 dm. tall.
Leaves basal, the blades oblong-lanceolate to oblanceolate, 4-15 cm. long, narrowed gradually to winged petioles about the same length, coarsely serrate to nearly entire.
Flowers 2-10 in an umbel, terminal on the scape, 5-parted; calyx greenish, the lobes 3-5 mm. long; corolla 12-20 mm. long, the lobes broad, bright pink to orchid, the tube yellow with a carmine band at the base; stamens clustered around the style, opposite the petals, the filaments united to form a tube 1.5-2.5 mm. long, deep purplish; anthers 5-7 mm. long, purple; style single, barely exceeding the stamens, the stigma slightly enlarged.
Capsule ovoid, 6-9 mm. long, opening by valves to the tip.