Latin name: Brodiaea terrestris Kellogg ssp. kernensis (Hoover) T. Niehaus
Pronunciation: BRO-dee-a ter-ES-tris ker-NEN-sis
Common name: Earth brodiaea
Family: Themidaceae (Brodiaea)
Habitat: Slopes and flats in valley grassland and foothill woodland to about 5000', Tehachapis, southeast San Joaquin Valley, Transverse and Peninsular Ranges
Blooming period: April to June
Name derivations: 1) Brodiaea 2) terrestris 3) kernensis
NOTE: The Jepson eflora says that plants in Transverse and Peninsular Ranges with staminodes incurved to tip may be mistaken for Brodiaea jolonensis.