Fritillaria eastwoodiae isn commonly known as the Butte County Fritillary or Eastwood’s Fritillary
This species is native to California where it grows in forested areas, it is rare in cultivation and can be variable in form.
Best described as having small nodding pale pink to orange speckled flowers , this a pretty and dainty Fritillaria.
Fritillaria eastwoodiae Care
Like many species F.eastwoodiae likes a very dry dormant period in summer.
A sunny position and a well drained soil are essential.
Like most bulbs they look great in clumps. We like 7 – 10 in a group, and unevenly spaced for a more ‘natural’ look.
They grow equally well in the rock garden and in a well drained container in full sun to part shade.