Erythronium revolutum

Family: Liliaceae

Flower colour: white

Flowering period: April – May

Average plant height: 20 – 25 cm

Planting depth to base of bulb: 10 cm

Spacing between bulbs: 15 cm

Type of bulb: tuberous roots

Light requirements: full or partial shade

Landscape uses: under trees and shrubs, well-drained rock gardens, and perennial beds

This lovely variety has large white flowers with a narrow, brownish-yellow throat. During its flowering period in April – May, the plants are 20 – 25 cm tall. The leaves have decorative brown flecks.