Erythronium Pagoda has sulphur yellow flowers and naturalise fast. Leaves are mottled brown and this is a very hardy variety. Erythronium ‘Pagoda’ is a cultivar of the genus Erythronium in the family Liliaceae. Its origin may be as a hybrid between Erythronium tuolumnense and Erythronium ‘White Beauty’
This variety has gained the Royal Horticultural Society’s Award of Garden Merit (AGM).
Cultivate soils to a depth of 4-5″ (10-12cm) then add humus and grit to ensure good drainage. Plant bulbs 2-3″ (6-9cm) deep and water in well.
Enhance the soil with a light covering of leaf mulch or similar. During the first 6 months make sure that the soil does not dry out. However be careful not to overwater. After this time they can be left alone to naturalise.
Aspect: Woodland type areas and plant immediately on arrival in well drained soil. Enhance the nutrient content of the soil by adding bonemeal.
Soil type: Plant 5-7cms deep.
Flowering height: 10″ (25cm)
Flowering time: April
Aspect: Semi shade
Soil type: Humus rich soils that are free draining
Remember to feed well during the leaf and flowering stage to ensure they grow and bulk up well for subsequent years growth.
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