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E. californicum


Common Name: California Fawn Lily

These have large creamy flowers with yellow markings round the centers. Grow 6" high, with dark green mottled leaves. Typical habitat are the inner and middle coast ranges at 600–1200'.

Bulbs: $4.00 each. SORRY, SOLD OUT FOR 2013



E. citrinum


Common Name: Lemon Fawn Lily

These have large creamy flowers with strong yellow markings in a ring around the centers. Grow 5" high, with dark green mottled leaves. Typical habitat are the inner and middle coast ranges at 600–1200'.

Bulbs: $4.50 each. SORRY, SOLD OUT FOR 2013

 


E. oregonum


Common Name: Oregon Fawn Lily

Large creamy flowers with golden centers. Grow 6 to 12" high, with mottled leaves, in full sun or part shade. Prefers rocky sites with good drainage. Blooms in March to April, often in very large colonies. From seed collected in river caryons in the drier parts of southern Oregon.

Bulbs: $5.00 each.



E. "Kondo"


Common Name: Erythronium "Kondo" (hybrid)

A horticultural variety (cross between E. revolutum and E. tuolomnense). Has nodding yellow flowers on 10–12" stems with solid dark green leaves. The flowers have a red circle around the center. A vigorous cultivar which produces a lot of offsets. Prefers part shade'.

Bulbs: $3.00 each.

 


E. multiscapoideum


Common Name: Sierra Fawn Lily

Large creamy flowers with golden centers. Grow 6 to 12" high, with mottled leaves, in full sun or part shade. Prefers rocky sites with good drainage. Blooms in March to April, often in very large colonies. From seed collected in Butte county at 2400'.

Bulbs: $4.00 each. SORRY, SOLD OUT FOR 2013



E. "Pagoda"


Common Name: Erythronium "Pagoda" (hybrid)

A horticultural variety (cross between E. revolutum and E. tuolomnense). Has nodding yellow flowers on 10–12" stems and typically speckled leaves. A very vigorous cultivar which produces a lot of bulblets. Prefers part shade.

Bulbs: $3.00 each.

 

E. tuolomnense
E. tuolumnense


Common Name: Tuolomne Fawn Lily

This species has large, solid green leaves and large, clear, bright yellow flowers. Is found in open woodlands of the Sierra Foothills of Tuolomne county. Reproduces vegetatively and prefers some shade and occasional summer water

Bulbs: $4.50 each.

 

 

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