Distribution: West slope of the Cascades in Washington; Washington south to northwest California.
Habitat: Meadows and moist woods in the coastal mountains and up to 6000 feet in the Cascades.
Conservation Status: Not of concern
Acaulescent perennials with stout, scaly rhizomes.
Petioles 5-20 cm. long, usually with soft, brownish hairs; leaves trifoliate, the leaf blades 5-8 cm. broad, obovate with a wedge-shaped base.
Scapes 3- to 7-flowered; sepals 5, persistent; petals 5, about 1 cm. long, white or tinged with pink, shallowly notched; stamens 10, united basally, of 2 unequal lengths; styles 5, the stigmas capitate.
Capsule linear, 2-3 cm. long, with a slender beak