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Seen on a sunny, rocky, grassy ridge. Image three depicts two basal leaves and the flower stem emerging from a single basal locus.
Seen in its nascent and flowering stage on the forest floor of an open canopy microhabitat of an oak-bay woodland.
One of the few in full bloom...
Brodiaeoideae are a monocot subfamily of flowering plants in the family Asparagaceae, order Asparagales. They have been treated as a separate family, Themidaceae. They are native to Central America and western North America, from British Columbia to Guatemala. The name of the subfamily is based on the type genus Brodiaea.