Anemone and Claytonia
Wed, 08 Apr 2009 10:33:02 PDT
I have often admired the pictures of Anemone blanda in the catalogs  
but never bought any of them because I knew of no one who had planted  
them and had them live past a year or two.

My eyes are attracted to the tiny blooms of Claytonia which are busily  
turning local yards and fields white with their blooms right now.  
Claytonia, a tiny bulbed native American, lives well, blooms well, and  
self-seeds well here in our climate. I've often wondered if anyone was  
working with Claytonia to try and improve on it?

Anita Clyburn, zone5B, Terre Haute, Indiana

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