Erythronium oregonum (Dog Tooth Violet, Fawn Lily)

Family: Liliaceae
Zone: 5 - 9
Natural Range: PNW; BC, Washington, Oregon, California
Soil: Average to moist, humus rich, summer dry, well drained
Light: Part shade
Height: 12" - 18"
Attributes: Deciduous. Blooms spring.  Each stem holds up to 2 white flowers with yellow and orange -red marking in the center.  Purple - brown mottled foliage.  Bulb goes dormant in the summer.
Notes:  In the wild E. oregonum grows in open woodlands, meadows and on mossy rocks. Will not need supplemental water and should be allowed to go mostly dry in summer.
Companion plants:  Erythronium, Fritillaria, Dodecatheon, Dichelostemma, Triteleia, Lupinus, Lilium

Pot Size:  4" Band Pot