Erythronium tuolumnense ‘Pagoda’
Dog's tooth violet
A vigorous, bulbous perennial for growing and naturalising in areas of open woodland, dappled shade and under deciduous trees and shrubs. It's a genus that's often overlooked in favour of ferns, hellebores and hostas.
Perhaps it appears too delicate when in flower but Erythronium are pretty tough, growing in a wide range of habitats across Asia, Europe and North America .
They do best in humus rich, well drained soil that does not dry out.
When established clumps become too congested, they can be divided after flowering. 'Pagoda' has strongly bronze-mottled, deep green leaves and sulphur yellow flowers with brown central rings and deep yellow anthers.
A very charming variety.
Photo: Blackstem Plants
Humus rich, moist
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