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Plant Identification: SOLVED: Eranthis - but which?

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(Zone 4b)

April 11, 2002
1:51 PM

Post #26719

Now all Eranthis growers.. is this Eranthis hyemalis or tubergenii? OR some other species? The leaves look like tubergenii. Sorry the horrible photo quality - but I think you can see the leaves, don't you? ;)

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Antrim, Northern Ire
United Kingdom
(Zone 8b)

April 11, 2002
2:06 PM

Post #240938

looks like hyemalis to me.

have a look here

(Zone 4b)

April 11, 2002
2:14 PM

Post #240944

Rareplants is where I was looking but there all hyemalises had much less and bigger leaves.

April 11, 2002
9:47 PM

Post #241137

Hello Evert - can't make my mind up on this one. What you see beneath the flower is the bracts. On the hyemalis they are more dissected, broader and leaf-like; that does not seem to be the case here. In the x tuberginii the bracts should have a bronzy-green look and cut into narrow lobes.

So, to me, they are x tubergenii without any bronzing to the bracts.


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