The fairy bells (Disporum hookeri var. oreganum) belongs to Liliaceae (the Lily family). It is a perennial herb that is native of western North America; from British Columbia, Alberta to Washington, Oregon, Idaho, Montana, and California. This herb grows in moist shaded woods, and it can reach 30-60 cm in height. The stems are slender and ascending. The leaves are narrowly ovate to oblong-ovate, taper gradually to a point, and have wavy margins. The white and bell-shaped flowers bloom at the tips of the stems from early spring to mid summer. The fruits are red ellipsoid-obovoid berries.