Erythronium fragrance
Tue, 17 Mar 2015 10:09:56 PDT

There's no underlining coming through.

I suspect that the code for underlining is not shown on PBS emails.


On 03/17/15, Jane McGary wrote:

To answer Nathan's question, the two species he mentions are 
particularly fragrant, but Erythronium hendersonii is also, though less 
carrying. I haven't noticed any others, but since they flower when it's 
often cold, one might not smell them outdoors.
Jane McGary
Portland, Oregon, USA

Excuse the underlining, I have a new computer system and can't get the 
spell check turned off. Yet.

On 3/16/2015 6:45 PM, Nathan Lange wrote:
> Jane,
> In your experience, what are the most/least fragrant species? E. 
> multiscapideum and especially E. helenae seem particularly pleasant.
> Nathan

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