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Article: Trout Lilies, Fawn Lilies and Dog's-Tooth Violets - The Elegant Erythroniums: Yes thank you - I once had dog toothed

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beebe
Ambler, PA

August 25, 2008
9:50 PM

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They have disappeared from my wooded property in SE Pa. as my land seems to have dried out. I hope to put in a drip water system through my woods and will try to get them started. Those nodding little flowers in early spring were a wonderful surprise and maybe I can start it going again. Thank you

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