Erythronium tuolumnense

DrR Hamilton
Sun, 29 Sep 2002 19:04:22 PDT
Hi   all,

Erythroniums  do  wonderfully  well in  our  climate and  are  right at the
peak of  flowering at  present.  I currently  have in  flower E's
californicum, oregonum, revolutum, helenae and the  diminutive E  howelii.

E tuolumnese  flowers  much  earlier and   E  citrinum  is  currently in
bud. I  have a couple of lots of seed exchange seedlings  of  E
hendersonii which will hopefully  flower next year.

My only Erythronium from the east is americanum which for me lives
up to  its shy  flowering  reputation.

They  take 3 to 4 years to flower from seed for me and are mainly
generous producers of seed .


in Tasmania

More information about the pbs mailing list