California Corn Lily
Veratrum californicum var: californicum
|Photo by Allen Keeney, NHA|
- Lily (Liliaceae)
- wet areas, particularly along creek to RV
- Broad, light green leaves with parallel veins. The lily resembles a corn plant with a stalk growing from the center. The flowers grow along a divided stem at the top of the plant.
- July, August (killed by first frost); along creek to RV, TV
- This plant is often confused with skunk cabbage. However, there isn’t any skunk cabbage growing in the park. The plants in Skunk Cabbage Meadow are really corn lily.