The pretty flowers of the Naked Broomrape grow on a long (up to 3 in/10 cm) stalk. Each stalk bares a single flower, hence the "uniflora" part of its scientific name.
The Naked Broomrape is not itself a wildflower but a parasitic plant. As it has no chlorophyll it needs to get food from other plants such as stonecrops or saxifrages.
If you have a careful eye, you might be lucky to spot this interesting plant in the moist sites and woods in the southwest corner of British Columbia and further south along the coast.