Yellow bells (also known as yellow fritillaries or yellow missionbells) are very small, beautiful bell-shaped wild native lilies that grow among the hills, slopes and upper canyons of sagebrush country in early sprint in the Western United States and both British Columbia and Alberta, Canada. The small bulbs were traditionally used for a food source, which can be eaten both cooked and raw. These were found growing on a mid-March morning just east of Yakima, Washington State.
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