They have a nodding, lily-like flower with 3 petals, 3 sepals all curved backward. The flower is yellow inside and golden outside on a leafless stalk. The leaves are long, large and pointed at the end with brown spotting. They bloom April through June. Also called, Yellow Adder's Tongue.
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