This beautiful wildflower is a member of the Brodiaea Lily Family. It is sometimes called a Grass Nut or a Harvest Brodiaea. Clustered atop a long (sometimes 4’) leafless stalk, flowers can be purple to blue or pink to white. Leaves are long and slender, arising from the base of the plant. These wildflowers grow just about anywhere, below 3000 ft. in Western North America.
Photo – Lodaga, California – 2009