- ORRIN MORRIS: Trout lily's mottled leaves reminiscent of a fawn's coat
- The more common names are adder's tongue and fawn lily. The famous botanist, John Burroughs, called it the fawn lily because the mottled leaves reminded him of a fawn's coat and the two leaves plus the extremely curved petals reminded him of the ...
- Bright trout lily blooms are harbingers of spring
- The wildflower Trout lily or Fawn lily, Erythronium umbilicatum, is proof that spring (OK, early spring) arrived last week in Chattahoochee, Florida, up there near the Apalachicola River.
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- BY THE BAY: Heritage plants need our attention to survive
- These were the showiest blooms: blue camas and larkspur, pink fawn lilies, chocolate lilies and Hooker's onion. They grow sparsely on the Gulf Islands and southern Vancouver Island. Harvesting may have been a component of maintaining viable plant ...
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