1930 Erythronium californicum ‘White Beauty’ --- Not available this year
Large white flowers with reflexed petals and reddish markings in the center. The
elegant leaves are softly marbled silver and green. This Erythronium makes a superb
garden plant that will increase well. Grows 6-9" tall. Zone 6-9.
1935 Erythronium citrinum -- Not available this year
A dainty species from southern Oregon and northern California, the petals
are white with yellow at the base. The leaves are strikingly marbled.
2015 Erythronium grandiflorum -- Each: $ 8.50
A denizen of subalpine mountain meadows, this lovely Erythronium has
brilliant yellow flowers and bright green shiny leaves. Thoroughly hardy.
1970 Erythronium helenae --- Not available this year
Outward facing flowers that are white and deep orangey-yellow at the base.
The flowers age to pink as they fade, and are fragrant. Tolerates summer heat.
2010 Erythronium multiscapoideum ----- Each: $ 7.50/3 for $18.00
This beautiful species is from the foothills of the Sierra Nevada, and often grows in
the most exposed conditions, in poor soil that dries out completely in summer. The
dainty nodding flowers are white with yellow centers, and the leaves are strikingly
marbled. This is always the first Erythronium to bloom, often as early as February.
2020 Erythronium multiscapoideum - Pulga Form Each: $ 9.00
A much more robust form of E. multiscapoideum from the Feather River Canyon.
Both forms of E. multiscapoideum are the best Erythroniums for regions with hot,
dry summers. (syn. E. cliftonii)
2030 Erythronium oregonum --- Each: $ 7.50
A vigorous Erythronium native to Oregon with silvery marked leaves
and large white flowers with brilliant yellow throats. Excellent for the garden.
2040 Erythronium revolutum --- Not available this year
One of the most desirable Erythroniums with deep pink flowers
and beautifully marbled foliage.
2050 Erythronium tuolumnense ----- Not available this year
This Erythronium is native to California's Sierra Nevada mountains, and has
handsome plain green leaves that set off the arching stems of deep yellow flowers.
Can increase to form large compact colonies, but isn't invasive. Large bulbs. Zone 4 - 8.
2065 Erythronium ‘Kondo’ --- Not available
Another hybrid between E. tuolumnense and E. californicum with
stems that can have up to seven flowers that are pale yellow suffused with green.
Excellent for the garden.
2060 Erythronium ‘Pagoda’ ---- Not available this year
An outstanding hybrid with silvery leaves and beautifully
formed pale lemon colored flowers. A wonderful garden plant.
|The Erythroniums native to the Western U.S. are considered by many to be the most
beautiful of the genus. Often called "Fawn Lilies" because of the dappled coloring to the
leaves, they have dainty nodding flowers like small lilies, set off by large shining leaves
that are either plain green or marbled with silver and bronze. Most grow in shaded
woodland areas that go quite dry in summer, but with excellent drainage, they can tolerate
some summer water.
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