Effect of removal of co-occurring species on distribution and abundance of Erythronium
americanum (Liliaceae), a spring ephemeral.
Variation in pollen size, fertilization ability, and post fertilization siring ability in Erythronium
The major goals of this study were to look for effects of differential donor success in Erythronium
grandiflorum and to determine whether variation in pollen-tube growth rates could be responsible for patterns of differential donor success.
Two springtime beauties from the US, trilliums and erythroniums
, have been wholeheartedly adopted into the British gardening repertoire and are among the most special of Cinderella plants.
1994) Arenaria groenlandica, Junt-us 1 m Marchand and Roach trifidus, Potentilla tridentata (1980) and Diapensia lapponica Erythronium
grandiflorum 1 m Weiblen and Thomson (1995) Campanula thyrsoides <10 m Frei et al.
meochoreum was initially listed as endangered in Illinois, later reclassified as threatened (Herkert 1991), and now removed from the list because it is more common in Illinois than previously thought (Nyboer and Ebinger 2004).
Good specimens for naturalising in grass include crocus, narcissi, muscari, camassia, erythronium
, snowdrops, scilla and ornithogalum.
Arisaema triphyllum (jack-in-the-pulpit), Zanthoxylum americanum (prickly-ash), Erythronium
albidum (prairie fawnlily), Viola pubescens (smooth yellow violet), and Parthenocissus quinquefolia (Virginia creeper).
The following bulbs are considered moderately shade tolerant: hyacinth, arum, ornamental allium/onion, fritillaria, erythronium
, puschkinia and chinodoxa.
Pagoda" is a vigorous hybrid of trout lily that resulted from the cross-breeding of two Erythronium
species native to North America.
Her choices include beautiful deep blue muscari, vibrant yellow erythronium
, dark tulips, white hyacinths and delicate-looking narcissus - but not all together, of course.
Ecological, Ethnobotanical, and Nutritional Aspects of Yellow Glacier Lily, Erythronium
grandiflorum Pursh (Liliaceae) in Western Canada, MS thesis, Department of Biology, University of Victoria, Victoria, BC.