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By Bobt

Angus, United Kingdom Gb

I have a clump of what appears to be Loddon Lilies. I assume as they are in flower now, they may be the Leuc vernum the Spring Snowflake. All other photos of these plants show multiple flower heads. My flowers however, are all single flowers on a stem and not as tall as is suggested for Spring Snowflake. Can you let me know if my assumption is correct? I enclose a photo taken a couple of days ago....
Thank you Bob T.




Those are Snowflakes or Leucojum vernum, some varieties only produce one flower per stem.

3 Mar, 2011

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