Toxicoscordion fremontii, Leona Canyon East Bay Regional Park, Oakland, California
T. Gosliner, S. Whelan, M. Hannibal, S. Imazumi
I'm puzzled. The photos I see in Google show clusters of many flowers. What I observed seemed to be single or just a few flowers.
Toxicoscordion fremontii (syn. Zigadenus fremontii), known as the common star lily, Frémont's deathcamas (after John C. Frémont) or star zigadene, is an attractive wildflower found on grassy or woody slopes, or rocky outcrops, in many lower-lying regions of California, southern Oregon, and northern Baja California. Like other deathcamases, T. fremontii grows from a more or less spherical bulb, which in this species has a diameter of 20–35 mm. Its leaves can reach up to half a metre...