Erythronium japonicum

Jane McGary janemcgary@earthlink.net
Wed, 06 Apr 2016 19:12:37 PDT
I checked the item on McClure & Zimmerman's website. They describe it as 
"miniature," which E. japonicum is certainly not (it's larger than any 
dens-canis I've seen), but the photo looks similar. I'll probably order 
some from them anyway; any erythronium is better than none, at least if 
you have a lot of room and friends who will take the extras.

I would be concerned, however, getting any kind of Eurasian erythronium 
from this vendor, since they are not growers but importers, and these 
bulbs don't respond well to bare storage.

Probably worth a gamble.

Jane McGary
Portland, OR USA

On 4/6/2016 7:02 PM, Travis O wrote:
> McClure & Zimmerman claim to have E. japonicum, or rather E. dens-canis ssp. japonicum. Who knows, maybe they're the real deal, and nice selections...
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