This is similar to Mesa /Jolon Brodiaea. It is sometimes a little taller and distinguishable by its staminodes, the more or less erect sterile stamens that are white and barely inrolled on the margins and parallel to or leaning slightly away from the true stamens. The whitish anthers are not notched, unlike both Mesa /Jolon and Dwarf Brodiaeas (Brodiaea jolonensis & terrestris).
This is also very similar to Harvest / Elegant Brodiaea (B. elegans subsp. elegans). It is somewhat smaller and there are subtle differences in the appearance of the staminodes. Although not common, it is far more widespread across Montery County than the Harvest / Elegant Brodiaea which is confined to the far north of the County.