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Yeah, the photos I am seeing show the flowers more pointed, but the leaves look similar. Thank for the ID!
I have seen this species in northern California and Washington, where it occurs in Douglas-fir/western redcedar forests. I think there must be some variation in the "pointiness" of the petals in different parts of its range. The ones I have seen recently look a lot like your photo, but the petals are more pointed.
Spotted on May 23, 2013 Submitted on Jun 19, 2013