A springtime display of lemon colored fawn lilies will surely brighten your day. This lovely member of the lily family is endemic to the Klamath-Siskiyou Mountains. From a scape and a mottled pair of basal leaves, flowering stems rises 6″-8″, topped by nodding white to yellow flowers (mainly creamy white with a yellow center) often with recurved petals. Lemon colored fawn lily is found growing in conifer forest, mixed conifer forest, chaparral, and oak woodland. Blooms March-May, depending on elevation. From seed this species can take 3-5 years to produce a flower.
Lemon colored fawn lily (Erythronium citrinum) seed packets contain approximately 115 seeds per packet.
Seed Germination Instructions
90-120 days cold-moist stratification. Sow seeds outside in the fall.