Erythronium multiscapoideum (Dog Tooth Violet, Fawn Lily)

$15.00

Erythronium multiscapoideum (Dog Tooth Violet, Fawn Lily) 

Family:  Liliaceae
Zone: 5 - 9
Natural Range: California
Soil: Average
Light: part shade, sun
Bloom Time:  March to April

Attributes: Early spring blooming, Each stem holds up to 2 rust colored buds opening to white with darker yellow markings in the center.  Brown mottling on the foliage.  Bulb goes summer dormant.

Notes:  Erythronium multiscapoideum is smaller than E. oregonum with pointed petals that don't recurve fully.  In the wild Erythronium grows in open woodlands, and sunny meadows. Plant in a rock garden or a partly sunny perennial garden.

Companion plants: Trillium, Fritillaria, Cypripedium, Cardamine, Dodecatheon, Epimedium, Paris, Smilacina, Camassia

Erythronium multiscapoideum (Dog Tooth Violet, Fawn Lily)

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Erythronium multiscapoideum (Dog Tooth Violet, Fawn Lily)