Scientific name
Erythronium americanum
Also Known As
Trout lily
Also commonly known as trout lily. It gets its name from the speckled leaves, reminiscent of the speckled skin of a trout. The delicate flowers are an eye catching yellow.

Scientific name
Lilium formosanum
A tall herbaceous perennial with stiffly upright stalks with narrow, lanceolate leaves arranged in a spiral around the stems. The stalks are topped with long white trumpet flowers and followed by upright green, becoming brown seed pods.

Scientific name
Trillium grandiflorum
Also Known As
Eastern trillium, White trillium, Wood lily
This simple, graceful perennial is one of the most familiar and beloved of the spring woodland wildflowers in eastern North America. Native to rich woods and thickets, the leaves, petals and sepals all come in groups of three. Flowers are erect, odorless and larger than other species of Trillium.

Scientific name
Trillium ovatum
Also Known As
Western trillium
Pacific trillium is the most common and largest trillium species in the west. Each plant has three large egg-shaped leaves and one large 3-petaled white to pink flower attached to an erect stem above the leaves.

Scientific name
Leucocrinum montanum
Also Known As
Common starlily, Mountain lily, Star lily
Star-like white flowers with 6 petals that rise from the center of a clump of grass-like leaves. Can be up to 6 in tall and found in open areas and with mountain mahogany.

Scientific name
Hymenocallis latifolia
This coastal species has leathery leaf blades that often grow 2.5 feet in length. Its spectacular flower extends beyond the leaves and is fragrant, white, with six thin 5-inch long petals.

Scientific name
Allium tricoccum
Also Known As
bagawaji-zhi (Ojibwe), Ramp
Known as bagawaji-zhi by the Ojibwe. An herbaceous plant found in rich, dry or wet woods. The flat leaves smell of onion and die before the flowers bloom in June and July. Below ground is an edible bulb that smells and tastes of onion.

Scientific name
Lilium philadelphicum
Also Known As
Philadelphia lily, Prairie lily, Western red lily
Wood lilies are topped by 1 to 5 funnel-shaped flowers, mostly red to orange with purplish-brown spots, on an erect stem with whorled leaves.