Harbinger-of-Spring

Mark (wildflowerman_2000) Rose(Z-6a)

Hi Folks, I am in search of some plants and/or seeds of Erigenia bulbosa (Harbinger-of-Spring or Salt & Pepper). It is a very small spring ephemeral that I would like to get started in my garden. Thanks


for any help.

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docmom_gw(5)

Wow. That's a beautiful plant. I can see why you would want it. My brother just gave me three red trillium from his property, though I told him I preferred if he left them in their original place. But, they would look wonderful mixed with those plants. If Imfind any, I'll check back here.

Martha

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docmom_gw(5)

Wildflowerman,

I did a bit of searching, but didn't' find a retail source for this plant. I recommend that you call Wild Type Native Plant Nursery in Mason, MI. I went to their site, but they don't have a searchable site. I didn't see your plant on their list of wildflowers, but I think they might grow considerably more than what they have listed. Good luck in your search.

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