White Fawn Lilies – Spring is here!

Spring seemed to take a little longer to arrive in the Pacific Northwest this year but the past few weeks have warmed up and the plants are beginning to grow like crazy. One of my favourite native plants is the white fawn lily (Erythronium oregonum) which is one of our first truly spectacular bloomers. These fawn lilies frequently grow in large clusters on forest floors and in mossy areas sildenafil india.

White fawn lily, Erythronium oregonum, North Pender Island, British Columbia

White fawn lily, Erythronium oregonum, North Pender Island, British Columbia

Fawn lilies at Roesland on North Pender Island, Gulf Islands, British Columbia

Fawn lilies at Roesland on North Pender Island, Gulf Islands, British Columbia

Fawn lilies at Roesland on North Pender Island, Gulf Islands, British Columbia

Fawn lilies at Roesland on North Pender Island, Gulf Islands, British Columbia

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4 Responses to “White Fawn Lilies – Spring is here!”

  1. Ilona says:

    Beautiful, Kevin. Thank you for sharing.

  2. LisaNewton says:

    Flowers from close-up to far away. I love it. You’ve captured my interest with the close-up look, and my sense of running through a field of flowers with your distance shot.

    Kudos…………….:)

  3. kevin says:

    Thanks Ilona and Lisa,

    Enjoy a little of the British Columbia spring!

  4. Pamela Smith says:

    Hi Kevin

    Beautiful photos Kevin…..I’m on Mayne Island and I see leaves that look like Fawn Lilies in our forest garden….no flowers yet in 3 years but stil hoping.

    Thinking of getting the ferry over to Pender on Monday to see these glorious lilies of Roesland….not sure where exactly is Roesland on N. Pender?

    Pam

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