White Fawn Lily Wildflower Seeds
White Fawn Lily is a lovely perennial herb with graceful white flowers with upturned tips and a yellow-orange base. It emerges from a bulb and reaches up to 30cm (1ft) in height. The lance-shaped leaves are mottled with pale green and dark brown. White Fawn Lily flowers in April and May; however, it takes at least three years before the bulb can produce flowers.
Common on Vancouver Island and northwestern Washington, White Fawn Lily grows naturally in open grassy areas and in fairly dense woodlands. It prefers well-drained soil, rich in leaf mold, and takes well to shady parts of a garden. Once established, it self-sows to create a beautiful blanket of lilies.
Detailed germination instructions are inside the package.