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Image of Erythronium

International Flower Bulb Centre

(Hybrid Dogtooth Violet, Kondo Hybrid Dogtooth Violet)

Elegant woodland perennials from the middle latitudes of the Northern Hemisphere, erythroniums are grown for their exquisite flowers and for their often strikingly marked leaves. Appearing in spring, the yellow, pink, white, or violet flowers nod from wiry, erect, leafless stems that may be green, purple or brown. Usually one bloom is borne per stem. Resembling small lilies, the flowers have six backswept segments that give them the appearance of taking flight. A starburst of yellow or purple anthers...

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Gerald L. Klingaman

(Hybrid Dogtooth Violet, Pagoda Hybrid Dogtooth Violet)

Its large yellow spring flowers, handsome foliage, and adaptability to diverse climates mark 'Pagoda' as one of the showiest and most gardenworthy erythroniums. This hardy bulbous perennial is a hybrid of the western North American natives Erythronium tuolumnense and E. revolutum.

The bold, glossy green, oval leaves of 'Pagoda' arise from fleshy, brittle, conical bulbs in late winter or early spring. Plants offset freely, eventually forming large clumps. The nodding,...

Image of Erythronium albidum photo by: Gerald L. Klingaman

Gerald L. Klingaman

(White Dogtooth Violet, White Fawnlily)

Elegant woodland perennials from the middle latitudes of the Northern Hemisphere, erythroniums are grown for their exquisite flowers and for their often strikingly marked leaves. Appearing in spring, the yellow, pink, white, or violet flowers nod from wiry, erect, leafless stems that may be green, purple or brown. Usually one bloom is borne per stem. Resembling small lilies, the flowers have six backswept segments that give them the appearance of taking flight. A starburst of yellow or purple anthers...

Image of Erythronium americanum photo by: Gerald L. Klingaman

Gerald L. Klingaman

(Dogtooth Violet, Yellow Adder's Tongue)

An elegant hardy perennial from moist woodlands of eastern North America, yellow trout lily is grown for its exquisite spring flowers and its strikingly marked foliage. Nodding from wiry, naked stems above paired basal leaves, the solitary yellow flowers have six backswept segments that give them the appearance of taking flight. Their exteriors are brushed with maroon. A starburst of purple-brown or yellow anthers protrudes from the gaping blooms. The broadly lance-shaped basal leaves are bronze-green...

Image of Erythronium californicum photo by: International Flower Bulb Centre

International Flower Bulb Centre

(California Dogtooth Violet, California Fawnlily)

Elegant woodland perennials from the middle latitudes of the Northern Hemisphere, erythroniums are grown for their exquisite flowers and for their often strikingly marked leaves. Appearing in spring, the yellow, pink, white, or violet flowers nod from wiry, erect, leafless stems that may be green, purple or brown. Usually one bloom is borne per stem. Resembling small lilies, the flowers have six backswept segments that give them the appearance of taking flight. A starburst of yellow or purple anthers...

Image of Erythronium californicum

International Flower Bulb Centre

(California Dogtooth Violet, California Fawnlily)

Elegant woodland perennials from the middle latitudes of the Northern Hemisphere, erythroniums are grown for their exquisite flowers and for their often strikingly marked leaves. Appearing in spring, the yellow, pink, white, or violet flowers nod from wiry, erect, leafless stems that may be green, purple or brown. Usually one bloom is borne per stem. Resembling small lilies, the flowers have six backswept segments that give them the appearance of taking flight. A starburst of yellow or purple anthers...

Image of Erythronium dens-canis photo by: Gerald L. Klingaman

Gerald L. Klingaman

(Dogtooth Violet)

Elegant woodland perennials from the middle latitudes of the Northern Hemisphere, erythroniums are grown for their exquisite flowers and for their often strikingly marked leaves. Appearing in spring, the yellow, pink, white, or violet flowers nod from wiry, erect, leafless stems that may be green, purple or brown. Usually one bloom is borne per stem. Resembling small lilies, the flowers have six backswept segments that give them the appearance of taking flight. A starburst of yellow or purple anthers...

(Henderson's Dogtooth Violet, Henderson's Fawnlily)

Elegant woodland perennials from the middle latitudes of the Northern Hemisphere, erythroniums are grown for their exquisite flowers and for their often strikingly marked leaves. Appearing in spring, the yellow, pink, white, or violet flowers nod from wiry, erect, leafless stems that may be green, purple or brown. Usually one bloom is borne per stem. Resembling small lilies, the flowers have six backswept segments that give them the appearance of taking flight. A starburst of yellow or purple anthers...

(Giant White Dogtooth Violet, Giant White Fawnlily)

Elegant woodland perennials from the middle latitudes of the Northern Hemisphere, erythroniums are grown for their exquisite flowers and for their often strikingly marked leaves. Appearing in spring, the yellow, pink, white, or violet flowers nod from wiry, erect, leafless stems that may be green, purple or brown. Usually one bloom is borne per stem. Resembling small lilies, the flowers have six backswept segments that give them the appearance of taking flight. A starburst of yellow or purple anthers...

(Pink Fawn Lily, Revolute Troutlily, Western Troutlily)

An elegant hardy perennial found in moist woodlands from southern British Columbia to northern California, pink fawn lily is grown for its exquisite spring flowers and its dramatically marked foliage. Nodding from wiry, naked stems above paired basal leaves, the pale- to deep-pink flowers have six backswept segments that give them the appearance of taking flight. The yellow-centered blooms are borne one to three per stem. A starburst of yellow anthers protrudes from the gaping blooms. The broadly...