This is a hardy, spring flowering bulb growing to 30cm, and working as ground-cover once established. Nodding yellow, pink or white flowers over marbled foliage in early spring.
There are few Erythroniums in Karin’s Garden, though I am not sure why. They flower in Late August / Early September and provide a wonderful continuation from Snowdrops and Crocus. They are not easy to find, so get them whenever you can. And the nomenclature may be uncertain – if you see a yellow variety named as E. revolutum that is unlikely to be right. But it honestly does not matter, they are all charming.
Click here to view the Erythronium page in Karin’s Garden.