Eastern Erythronium species

Jane McGary janemcgary@earthlink.net
Fri, 26 May 2006 10:21:28 PDT
An inquiry was forwarded to me from a botanic garden curator, and I can't 
answer it, so I am posting it here in the hope that some of our eastern 
North American members might be able to help him out. The two species 
mentioned are not federally listed, but their seeds probably do not remain 
viable in storage.
Steve Vella of Mt. Tomah Botanic Gardens in Australia is looking for 
material of Erythronium
rostratum and E. umbilicatum.

His address is:


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