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From: Anthony DARBY <anthony at DARBY.ECLIPSE.CO.UK>
Subject: Re: Trillium growth - S.W. Indiana
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I will look out for seeds. They sound stunning. Thanks

Anthony.
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From: "Paul Tessene" <ptessene at INHS.UIUC.EDU>
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Subject: Re: Trillium growth - S.W. Indiana


> >What are Virginia bluebells? Same as Scottish bluebells
> >(Campanula sp.)? English bluebells (Hyancinthus sp.)?
> >
> >Anthony
> >Scotland
> >
> >Quoting "Michael Broz, Vincennes, S.W. Indiana, USA,
>
> Virginia bluebells are Mertensia virginica, in the Boraginaceae.
> They grow in floodplain terrace woods (where floods only hit
> occasionally, and not for long periods) in the eastern U.S.  They are
> spring ephemerals, just coming up in my yard, but certainly much
> further along 150 miles to the south.  They are quite stunning in
> bloom, starting out pink in bud, and turning sky blue as they open.
> White forms show up from time to time.
>
> Paul Tessene
> Urbana, IL
> USDA Zone 5
>
> P.S. Two Trillium nivale in bloom, with several other individuals
> just emerging.  Trillium cuneatum and decumbens also coming up, but
> nowhere near blooming.
>
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