[Adder's Tongues and Fawnlilies: The Genus Erythronium West of the Cascade Mountains of Oregon and Washington]
Coast Adder's Tongue, Pink Fawnlily, Pink Fawn-lily, Coast Fawn-lily, Mahogany Fawn-lily, Trout-lily
Pink fawnlily as seen in the Coast Range of Oregon........May 21, 2009.
1. Six tepals are a deep, purplish-pink color.
2. Leaves basal, elliptical in shape, with a lightly mottled surface.
3. Stamens pressed agains the stigma.
The pink fawnlily is found along moist river banks and into light
to moderately thick woods.
The pink fawnlily is found west of the Cascade Mts from Vancouver Island,
B.C. south, spottily through the Puget Trough to southwestern Oregon and northwestern
Garden propagated pink fawn lilies from the webmaster's garden, Gresham, OR......March 30, 2019.
Garden propagated pink fawn lilies from the webmaster's garden, Gresham, OR......April 3, 2019.
Additional close-up views of pink fawnlily as seen in the Coast Range of Oregon........May 21, 2009.
Pink fawnlilies as seen along a trail in coniferous forest at the northern Oregon Coast..........April 6, 2016.
Pink fawnlily as seen in the Coast Range of northwestern Oregon.........May 2, 2016.
Pink fawnlily..........March 29, 2016.
A pink fawnlily blooming in the webmaster's woodland garden in Gresham, OR.......March 28, 2017.
Basal leaves of the pink fawn lily from a naturalized population located in coniferous woods in northwestern Vancouver, WA........April 23, 2017.