Xerophyllum; was RE: Wiki Additions: Calochortus, Xanthorrhoea

Jim McKenney jimmckenney@jimmckenney.com
Mon, 07 Jan 2008 19:18:40 PST
Mary Sue, let's try to keep the Xerophyllum idea going. 

I have images of the eastern species, Xerophyllum asphodeloides. I'm not
sure where they are right now - they are not in my slide collection and they
are not among the images taken with my current digital camera. They must be
in the no-mans land of images taken with my first digital camera. And that
no-mans land is in a computer I have not turned on for several years. 

I'll try to get over to the nearest Xerophyllum site I know (about an hour
and a half west of where I live) this summer to get images. 

These are totally cool plants.

Jim McKenney
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