Hi Travis, The pictures on the mystery bulbs page certainly look like Triteleia hendersonii to me. The stamens all look like they are attached at the same level (you have to pull the flower apart to tell for sure), look equal, flowers have a funnel like tube, and it grows in southern Oregon. How exciting to have it growing in your yard. The other similar Triteleia is T. montana which at least for me blooms a lot earlier and has smaller flowers and is a mountain flower. From the Flora of North America key: Perianth 12–17 mm; filaments more than 1/2 as long as perianth lobes = T. montana Perianth 18–26 mm; filaments less than 1/2 as long as perianth lobes = T. hendersonii There is a lot of variation in populations of Triteleia, Brodiaea, and Dichelostemma and there can be changes in color as they age. So it is fun to grow more than one form as you can have blooms at different times of the same species. I have found them really easy to grow from seed. I have both yellow and white Triteleia hendersonii and it is one of my favorites so I've started it more than once from seed and since I've found it in other pots in my raised beds, I suspect that it seeded itself in a couple of places. This seems to be a very good year for it for me as I have it blooming now in more than one place. Mary Sue >It would be nice to get a confirmation on my >identification of the species, as I am an >amateur. I would also like to share it because >it is not a form seen on the wiki.