Erythronium ‘Jeannine’ is from the Liliaceae family of plants. It is a bulbous perennial. They also call it Fawn Lily ‘Jeannine. This is a hybrid. Wilhelmus Petrus Van Eeden (1928-2020), a Dutch botanist, cultivated it and Dutch nurseryman Michael Hoog named it after his wife Jeannine and introduced it in 1984. The parentage is not clear.
Erythronium ‘Jeannine’ has smaller and less leaves. The flowers are sulphur-yellow with reddish throat. Erythronium ‘Jeannine’ flowers in spring.
How to grow Erythronium ‘Jeannine’:
Grow it in partial shade. Plant it 4in or 10cm deep in humus-rich, fertile and well-drained soil. Keep it moist but never soggy. Propagate Erythronium ‘Jeannine’ by division after flowers are gone. It is generally disease-free, but watch out for slugs and snails.