Please identify this plant growing in a shady area of a NT garden with no label.
Erythronium - the american one.
The native European one is my favourite
Erythronium dens canis
Then there's the variety 'snowflake'
And the subspecies 'nivea''
All 3 are worth waiting for in the spring.
I keep meaning to get some for my shady areas. They're great plant for our conditions up here.
I grow it successfully in clay soil in a shady place, but the soil is damp.
Love them, but don't tell the slugs and snails you're getting some - they'll throw a party