Photograph of a close-up of a specimen of chocolate lily (Fritillaria biflora), ca.1920. Eight cup-like blossoms hang down from four delicate stems. The leaves are situated closer to the bottom edge. The background is neutral.; "Chocolate lilies are attractive wildflowers with slender to stout stems rising from 15-100 cm. One or two whorls of 3-5 leaves are found scattered along the stem. Individual leaves range from linear to lanceolate or ovate-lanceolate in shape, and each ranges from 3-25 mm wide and 5-15 cm long. The flowers are occasionally solitary or more commonly number 2 to 5. The flowers are pendent while the broadly winged seed capsule becomes erect. The six sepals are oblong-lanceolate to oblong in shape and range from 20-30 mm long. The anthers are 4-5 mm long with the slender filaments 2-3 times longer. The seed capsules are typically about 2 cm long." -- unknown author.