Photographed May 15th in Bamberg County. Plant was growing in a shaded hardwood bluff overlooking a small creek. Area is generally sandy with some clay.
these are some fine examples of the lily named Fly-poison, Amianthium muscitoxicum. Apparently, the plant is toxic in general if eaten, and the bulb was mixed with sugar by American colonists to kill flies. I have not heard of any poisonings, personally. It is an attractive native plant, and not poisonous if touched. Great pictures!
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Steve Hill, Botanist SCNPS