Hi, Gene. You know this and more already! If the seeds were not wild, all bets are off. But your plant does have the basic traits of Erythronium revolutum: the auricles and ring of irregular yellow markings at the base of the tepals; the flattened, white filaments with golden pollen; the rather large stigma, etc. You no doubt checked the Flora of North America, but to save others time, here is a link. http://efloras.org/florataxon.aspx/… Populations of revolutum vary a lot in the depth of the pink of their flowers, the strength of the markings on their leaves, even the width of their tepals. I have plants from wild seed that are kinda pale and unmagnetic, like this one. I will now dig myself in deeper and venture an opinion about your other Erythronium. Paige On 2013-04-10, at 1:10 PM, "Gene Mirro" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote: > I bought some seeds labelled Erythronium revolutum from Tilden botanic garden in 2001. I sowed them in 2008, and this is what they look like now: > > http://s232.photobucket.com/user/motie42/… > > http://s232.photobucket.com/user/motie42/… > > The flowers are much paler than the other forms of revolutum that I grow. Also, the leaves are not as darkly mottled. Is this a local form of revolutum, or might it be a hybrid? Thanks.