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Variation in Eranthis hyemalis, Ficaria verna, and other Members of
Examination of nearly four hundred specimens of Eranthis hyemalis shows that by .
ACONITE, WINTER (Eranthis hyemalis) P bulb 2" or 5cm
ACONITE, WINTER (Eranthis hyemalis). P bulb 2" or 5cm Ranunculaceae - Yellow flowers from Jan-March. Habitat: parks, woods, gardens.
Characterization of the Lectin from the Bulbs of Eranthis hyemalis
Characterization of the Lectin from the Bulbs of Eranthis hyemalis.
The Effects of Temperature and Gibberellic Acid on Germination of
Aug 13, 1998 of Eranthis hyemalis (L.) Salisb. seeds were studied.
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Have you planted this year's hottest hellebore?
Plant hellebores with early-blooming bulbs such as Eranthis hyemalis (so-called winter aconite) for a great contrast. This one might be hardy to Zone 5, but, if in doubt, put it in a planter: Hellebores are great container plants.
My Romano Pole Bean plants aren't producing beans
I'd like to add some winter aconite (Eranthis) and fill some bare spots with indestructible rudbeckia, maybe a few asters, and whatever else my gardening friends want to share. Sue Kittek is a freelance garden writer.

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Eranthis - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Eranthis hyemalis - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Pacific Bulb Society | Eranthis
May 8, 2011 Photographs and brief notes on several Eranthis species and hybrids from the Pacific Bulb Society.
PLANTS Profile for Eranthis hyemalis (winter aconite) | USDA PLANTS
A PLANTS profile of Eranthis hyemalis (winter aconite) from the USDA PLANTS database.
Eranthis hyemalis
Eranthis hyemalis. (2 ratings) --- Rate this plant / Read comments. Kemper Code: A446 Common Name: winter aconite.

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