Erythronium tuolumnense

R Hansen via pbs
Sat, 27 Mar 2021 12:40:40 PDT
Per Jane's description of reproduction of Erythronium multiscapideum and E.
hendersonii, I get few if any offsets with either one. Fortunately I've been
able to get seed from Alplains and am determined to build a quantity of E.
E. tuo, as I call it, has very shiny medium green leaves that are quite
showy but of course, not like its hybrid 'Pagoda' whose flowers are a larger
softer, creamy yellow with brown-patterned leaves. Both do well for me.

And thanks for the lesson on tuolumnense! Pronouncing this one drives me
bonkers so in desperation I often refer to it by the abbreviated 'tuo', but
I know it's naughty of me to do that. Although no worse than when out
hiking, and someone pops out with "oh, there's a LBB" as in little brown
bird...or LYC for little yellow composite of which there are too many to

Gorgeous day here. Back to work!

Robin Hansen

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