White Fawn Lily

Erythronium oregonum
  • Description: Perennial herb to 30cm tall, with mottled green and brown lance-shaped leaves. Nodding white flowers with reflexed petals appear in early spring.
  • Habitat: Open woodlands, thickets, meadows, and coastal bluffs.
  • Pair with: Sword fern, snowberry, sea blush, camas, spring gold, and Oregon grape.
  • Fun Fact: This early spring wildflower is simply delightful, and deserves a place in any coastal garden both for its beauty and its value to early-season native pollinators.

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