Sxamelexwthelh (Wild Tiger Lily)

Wild tiger lilies grow in damp and open meadows and bloom in June, producing an orange flower. The bulbs of this plant are not consumed raw but steamed (as they are quite bitter). The steamed bulb is often mixed with gravy made of flour, sugar, and water.

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