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Erythronium Pagoda tuber produces up to 10 nodding, star-like flowers with sulphur-yellow petals, a brownish central ring and yellow anthers. The leaves are green with faint white marbling and grow to 8" (20cm) long while the plant grows 12" (30 cm) high. It will form clumps and can spread. Erythronium Pagoda is a vigorous hybrid of E. tuolumense which originally comes from California and like all Erythroniums grows naturally in woods or meadows. Erythronium Pagoda grows easily in soil mixed with leaf mould under the shade of deciduous trees.
Erythronium Pagoda has been awarded the RHS Award of Garden Merit because it has proved to be reliable in appropriate conditions and a good performing plant.
Erythronium Pagoda tubers should not be allowed to dry out and planted point up 4" (10cm) deep and 5-7" (12-18cm) apart in a cool, well-drained position where it will not become too sun-baked in summer, such as under shrubs and trees, whose roots will take away excess moisture. It is best grown in a sheltered spot out of too much wind as this can damage the leaves.
Height 12" (30cm)