pink Eranthis?

Diane Whitehead
Mon, 11 Feb 2008 20:46:34 PST
There was a mention of a pink Eranthis on the Scottish Rock Garden  
Club forum

I googled for this, and found that Flora of China

says that Eranthis can be white, yellow or "pink-red".  It then lists  
the species growing in China, E. albiflora, E. stellata (which we have  
on our wiki), and three subspecies of E. lobulata which has not had  
its colour reported yet.  The only drawing of it shows it in seed.

Could lobulata be the mysterious "pink-red"?  Or does someone know of  
another one?

Diane Whitehead
Victoria, British Columbia, Canada
maritime zone 8, cool Mediterranean climate
mild rainy winters, mild dry summers

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