|Scientific Name||Lloydia serotina||USDA PLANTS Symbol||LLSE|
|Common Name||Alpine Lily, Alplily||ITIS Taxonomic Serial No.||42750|
Life zones and habitat: Subalpine and alpine (10000 to 14000 ft.); meadows and tundra.
Plant: Weak, slender perennial 2 to 8 inches tall.
Leaves: Alternate stem leaves, linear to lanceolate, 3/4 to 3 inches long.
Inflorescence: Usually solitary flowers up to 3/4-inch across with 6 tepals, white or purplish-tinged with greenish bases and purple veins.
Bloom Period: June to August.
References: "Flora of Colorado" by Jennifer Ackerfield, "Guide to Colorado Wildflowers" by G.K. Guennel and "A Guide to Rocky Mountain Plants" by Nelson and Williams.
Note: Although all of the literature that I found states that athere are 6 tepals, in one of the images below there are only five.
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Banner photo: Ten Mile Range and Rhodiola integrifolia (King’s Crown) in Summit County