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Native Perennial Bulbs

Posted by edlincoln 6 (My Page) on
Wed, Apr 10, 13 at 11:22

What native New England bulbs are there that can spread?


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Nodding onion, wild leek, turks cap lily, canada lily


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Jack-in-the-pulpit ( Arisaema triphyllum ), although it is a corm rather than a bulb. Does well in shade.


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Trout lily, Erythronium americanum. Don't know how well it would spread in a garden, but it the woods it spreads in large patches.


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Sun or shade?


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Two spots...one partly shaded (but mostly sun) underneath dying bushes, the other shade under a tree. Both mulched.

Which of these are Spring bulbs i'd plant now, and which ones should I wait until Fall to buy? Where would I buy them?

This post was edited by edlincoln on Wed, May 15, 13 at 14:12


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