There is a host of different erythroniums
now ranging from pink to white, cream and apricot as well as several taller, more robust yellow varieties and species.
Status and distribution of Erythronium
mesochoreum Knerr (Liliaceae) in Illinois.
If you have a shady spot in your garden you may want to combine hellebores with erythronium
, which thrive in semi-shade.
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.
Morphological and genetic variation in disjunct populations of the avalanche Lily Erythronium
The demography of trout lily (Erythronium
americanum Ker.) in Nova Scotia.
This showy plant is the first with scented blooms to be found among New World members of the genus Erythronium
Pollen collecting on the recipient line and grooming behavior could explain the dilution of foreign pollen and the reduced dispersion area previously reported on Erythronium
(Thomson, 1986) and Diervilla (Thomson and Plowright, 1980).
Dispersal of Erythronium
grandiflorum pollen by bumblebees: implications for gene flow and reproductive success.
Among the common species in cleared plots, only Erythronium
montanum and Rubus pedatus at site DP remained absent from tephra plots in 1990, even though R.
He provisionally named it erythronium
because of the red salts it produced, but later withdrew his claim in the mistaken belief that the new metal was only chromium.
LILIACEAE (Lily Family) Erythronium
albidum Nutt.--CW, SW; MWL; Common and locally abundant; C = 3; BSUH 19743.