Distribution: Southwestern portion of Olympic peninsula, Washington.
Habitat: Openings and rocky ledges in coniferous forests.
Flowers: May - June
Conservation Status: Threatened in Washington (WANHP)
Herbaceous, scapose perennials from narrowly ovoid bulbs 35-75 mm. long; scapes 12-25 cm. tall.
Leaves basal, 12-25 cm. long, green or faintly mottled with white or brown, lanceolate to ovate, the margins wavy.
Inflorescence of 1-3 flowers; tepals 6, white at the base, shading to pink, darkest toward the tips, with a yellow band at the base, lanceolate to ovate, 30-50 mm. long, the inner 3 with small auricles at the base; stamens 6, 12-24 mm. long, the filaments white, flattened; style white, 10-18 mm. long; stigma 3-lobed,the lobes recurved.
Capsules oblong to ovoid, 3-6 mm. long.