Scientific Name: Fritillaria pudica
Family Name: Liliaceae
Bloom Period: Spring
Life Span: Perennial
Height: Up to 10-25 cm tall
Habitat: Scattered and locally common at low to mid elevations in Thompson and Okanagan basins and southern Rocky Mountains Trench, and in dry grasslands and drop open ponderosa pine stands.
Leaf Description: Usually a pair or sometimes 3 in a whorl about halfway up stem, linear and lance-shaped.
Flower and Petal Description: 1 or rarely 2 bell-shaped and dropping yellow, often with a purple faint stripe at the base of the flower.
Stem Description: Single stem.
Fruit Description: Erect, cylindrical capsules with many flat seeds.
This flower is native to the area.