help with identification

Mike Rummerfield via pbs
Wed, 02 Mar 2022 23:59:32 PST
I believe this might be *Hesperantha vaginata var. standfordiae, *but don't
know*.*  (The variety is apparently no longer recognized.)  It never has
darker markings on the tepals.  It opens late afternoon on brighter days.
This is a photo of its current bloom in the unheated hoophouse.  In the
past it has been more of a yellow color, but never bright yellow.  It has
been overcast and rainy since it opened.  Identifying tag was lost long ago.

Any help in positive id would be appreciated.
I hope the photo comes through.  If not, David please do your magic.

Thank you,
zn. 7, cool mediterranean
western Washington state
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