Dodecatheon hendersonii

Travis O
Thu, 07 May 2015 19:57:43 PDT
Dodecatheon hendersonii grows rampant here in open forests and forest edges. The fleshy leaves appear in winter, flowers early spring, and is setting seed and retreating into dormancy now. When dormant there is no trace of it. I was thinking of collecting some seed to donate to the PBS SX if anyone may be interested in trying this plant. It requires a dry summer rest and the fleshy crowns can be treated like bulbs, dug and divided in late summer and easily transplanted.

Travis Owen
Rogue River, OR

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