Distribution: Olympic Mountains and west slope of the Cascades in Washington; British Columbia south to California.
Habitat: Moist woods, low to moderate elevations.
Conservation Status: Not of concern
Acaulescent perennial from scaly rhizomes.
Leaves trifoliate, on petioles 3-20 cm. long that are covered with soft, brown hairs, jointed to the stipules; leaflets obcordate, up to 4.5 cm. broad, drooping.
Scapes 5-15 cm. tall, single-flowered, with 2 bracts near the flower; sepals 5, persistent; petals 5, 13-20 mm. long, white to pinkish, with reddish veining; stamens 10, the lower 2 mm. united in a tube, 5 filaments longer than the other 5; styles 5.
Capsule 5-celled, 7-9 mm. long, ovoid.