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This woodland wildflower goes by many names: trout lilies (because of their fish-shaped, speckled leaves), dog's-tooth violets (because of the tooth shaped bulbs) and fawn lilies (the paired leaves look a bit like deer's ears). Blooming in the spring, erythroniums thrive in the dabbled shade of deciduous trees where the leaf litter has been allowed to accumulate and decompose. In other words, these are ideal plants for that spot out back where the oaks drop their leaves and nobody worries about raking them up.
Note: Erythronium corms don't appreciate being held out of the ground for months on end so our shipping window is limited on these. See details on each product page, noted under the price.
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