Chocolate Lily Photo Gallery
Can I eat Chocolate Lily?
Chocolate Lily's roots are similar to a potato and were often consumed by Native Alaskans.
Chocolate Lily Habitat
Chocolate Lily or Rice Lily (Fritillaria camschatcensis) is native to the Pacific Northwest through Alaska. It grows best in moist tide flats, meadows and open forest where it can get plenty of water.
Chocolate Lily Facts
Chocolate Lily or Rice Lily (Fritillaria camschatcensis) is a striking wildflower with dark purplish brown petals. Its beauty comes at a price; it gives a fowl odor that resembles a dirty diaper sprayed by a skunk. Chocolate Lilies have tendency to spread. To see one in the wild, head to Kenai Fjords National Park in Alaska.