Family, Lily. Perianth of 6 lily-like divisions, white with a tinge of pink, the sepals curled backward. Stamens, 6. Style, long and projecting, bearing 3 stigmas. Flowers, single, showy, nodding. A pair of opposite leaves, spotted or entirely green, springs from the flower-stem. April.

Deep, cool, moist woods. New Jersey westward and southward as far as Texas. Rare in the Eastern States.