I am looking for a good easy wildflower identification site, coded by colour hopefully, where I can go to i.d. a wildflower I saw on a walk here on Vancouver Island. I thought there was one I had found last year for BC or Vancouver Island, but now I can't find it. There is the E-Flora site but I can't figure out how to use it, and I get SO impatient with too much scientific verbiage around this kind of thing -- I exclaim impatiently, "No, I don't know the scientific name, that's what I want to find out!" The plant I am looking for is purplish-blue, about a foot high, has bell-like hanging flowers off one stem in a spiked cluster, with unopened flowers at the top of the cluster sort of like a lupin or a common garden bulb plant, and has long spikey leaves and must be a bulb-type plant. It grows nearby camass flowers, but isn't the same thing. It may be an escaped garden plant, but I don't think so. All I want is an easy-to-use website with no nonsense in it about botanical matters which clutter up the page... Help!