Eranthis pinnatifida, bibliography, and books

Judy Glattstein
Wed, 30 Mar 2005 09:12:11 PST
Now that the snow is gone and chilly temperatures have moderated, 
geophytes are positively hurling themselves into bloom: masses of 
galanthus, lots of Leucojum vernum, Scilla mischtschenkoana, Crocus 
tomasiniannus, and Eranthis hiemalis. As well, a few ethereal, 
translucent white flowers of E. pinnatifida have made their appearance, 
with a pleasant number of immature seedlings nearby. Backed up by four 
species of hellebores, and Adonis amurensis, I feel comfortably relaxed 
over winter's departure and spring's arrival - and as confirmation the 
studded snow tires will be off my car today.

If anyone would like to see the bibliography of 30+ books that didn't 
make it into print as part of Bulbs for Garden Habitats, e-mail me 
privately and I'll be happy to send it to you as an attachment to my reply.

Judy in New Jersey where the sun is shining - at least today, even if 

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