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Tall Swamp Onion
Allium validum

From vigorous rhizomes occur large patches of flat, upright leaves, and flowering stalks to 1-3 ft. … read more

Field Garlic
Allium vineale

Introduced. From between weak, hollow, cylindrical leaves that sprout from a bulb rises a stem toppe… read more

Yellowstar Mariposa Lily
Calochortus monophyllus

Only 3-8 in. high, the stems of this plant are zig-zagged and simple or branched. Leaves are mostly… read more

Monterey Mariposa Lily
Calochortus uniflorus

A small, dainty plant, the flowering stem barely reaching above the surface of the ground. Leaves a… read more

White Bluebead Lily
Clintonia umbellulata

A low plant with a basal clump of broad, glossy, slightly pubescent leaves surrounding an 6-20 in. l… read more

Dasylirion spp.

This short-trunked desert perennial is often mistaken for yucca. A 9-15 ft. flower stalk, bearing a… read more

Wild Hyacinth
Dichelostemma capitatum ssp. capitatum (Brodiaea pulchella)

Grasslike, 6-16 in. leaves and a 2-3 ft. stem arise from an edible corm. Up to a dozen violet flowe… read more

Large-flower Fairybells
Disporum smithii (Prosartes smithii)

The flowers of Large-flower Fairybells occur singly or in clusters of 3-5. These delicate, bell-sha… read more

White Trout Lily
Erythronium albidum

A low, lily-like plant with elliptic basal leaves which may or may not be maroon-mottled. Sterile 1… read more

Rio Grande Copper-lily
Habranthus tubispathus

Rio Grande Copper-lily is a low, smooth perennial, 6-12 in. tall, with a golden-yellow to pale yello… read more

Carolina Spiderlily
Hymenocallis caroliniana (Hymenocallis occidentalis)

Carolina Spiderlily is a smooth, fleshy or succulent perennial,1 1/2-2 1/2 ft. tall. Fragrant, whit… read more

Humboldt's Tiger Lily
Lilium humboldtii

This stout lily reaches enormous size up to 8 ft. with dozens of flowers carried above the brigh… read more

Carolina Lily
Lilium michauxii

Reaching 1-4 ft. in height, Carolina Lily bears up to six reddish-yellow, spotted, nodding flowers w… read more

Michigan Lily
Lilium michiganense

Michigan Lily is a single-stemmed perennial with sword-like leaves arranged in whorls. The stem ofte… read more

Sierran Tiger Lily
Lilium parvum

Creeping by rhizomatous bulbs, this 2-6 ft. lily bears narrow, light-green, scattered leaves and viv… read more

Foothill Beargrass
Nolina erumpens

The large, woody basal stems of Foothill Beargrass grow in a clump and produce long, course-bladed, … read more

Texas Nolina
Nolina texana

Texas bear-grass is a 1 1/2-2 1/2 ft. perennial with large, woody, basal stems growing in a clump. … read more

Ornithogalum umbellatum

Introduced. A small lily with grassy, often lax leaves and white, 6-petaled flowers that can spread … read more

Rosy Twisted-stalk
Streptopus lanceolatus var. roseus

Rosy Twisted-stalk is a 12-30 in. perennial with light-green, alternate, oval leaves arranged on zig… read more

Giant Wakerobin
Trillium chloropetalum

Starting with a single stalk, this clump-forming trillium may eventually bear several 12-20 in. stem… read more

Large-flower Bellwort
Uvularia grandiflora

In bloom, Large-flower Bellwort's stems are less than one ft. tall, but later the forking stem lengt… read more

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