This gem was growing by a mountain spring in the Angeles National Forest high country. Probably ~4' tall. Only place seen. More detail large. From the archives, taken with a Nikon film P&S -- scanned at hi res. Had a lot of trouble ID'ing this. Info here: www.centerforplantconservation.org/asp/CPC_ViewProfile.as... From www.calflora.net/bloomingplants/lemonlily.html (which has nice closeups): Lemon lily is a slender-stemmed perennial growing to 5' tall in moist, springy areas, wet meadows and along shaded stream banks from 4000' to 9000'. ... Although uncommon, it may be found in montane coniferous forest in the San Gabriel and San Bernardino Mts, and in the Peninsular Range. It blooms from July to August.