These graceful plants love woodland, or a wild setting. Humus-rich, well-drained soils suit these dainty spring flowers best.
Erythronium bulbs are best planted upon arrival, with their pointed end uppermost – get them in quick, because they don’t like being dried out. All varieties have fascinating leaves and make good company with such plants as Anemone Nemerosa and Fritillaria Meleagris.
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