Miscellaneous Bulbs
from the Western USA
Lewisia rediviva
Epipactis gigantea
Trillium chloropetalum
3460  Chlorogalum  angustifolium   ---  Not available this year
A dainty relative of the better known Soap-Root plant, with sprays of white flowers on 12" stems.
3463  Chlorogalum pomeridianum  --  Each:  $ 7.00
NEW  --  
Used by Native Americans for a variety of purposes, this wonderful soaproot makes a dramatic addition to the
natural garden with rosettes of grey wavy leaves and feathery five to six foot spires of  lily-like white flowers.  
3465  Chlorogalum pomeridianum v. minus ---- Each:  Not available this year
A shorter version of the species, this one grows to only 3ft.
3540  Epipactis  gigantea   Stream  Orchid  -- Not available this year
Found throughout the Western U.S., the Stream Orchid, as its name implies, prefers a moist situation.  From leafy stems
pale-green flowers marked with purple and red appear in mid-summer.  Rhizomatous, they grow 12-24" tall.   Zone  4-8.
3600  Lewisia  rediviva    Bitterroot  ---- Each:  $ 6.50  small plants           Portulacaceae
Not a bulb, but a tap-rooted perennial from the dry regions of the West that is
dormant in summer.  The flowers are like silky water lilies of a deep and lustrous pink.
3680  Trillium choloropetalum  --  Not available this year
NEW  --
Native to the Pacific northwest, this beautiful Trillium has flowers that can
vary in color from white to green to red.  Seed grown plants.
3681  Trillium ovatum  --  Not available this year
This lovely Trillium grows in redwood forests in the western USA, opening pristine white flowers that age to deep red.
Seed grown plants.
3660  Odontostomum  hartwegii   --- Each: $ 4.50   Tecophiliaceae  
From a corm there grows a 12" stem bearing many dainty white flowers
with reflexed petals.   Looks like a tiny orchid.  Zone 7-10.
3670  Zigadenus fremontii ----  Each:  $ 4.50 small bulbs
Cream star-shaped flowers are arranged in an open raceme on 12-24" stems.           
Grows in wet meadows that dry out in summer and blooms early.
 Poisonous if eaten!
3671  Zigadenus venenosus  --  Not available this year
T
he creamy flowers are held in a tighter umbel than Z. fremontii.  Equally
poisonous.
Western USA
Allium
Brodiaea
Calochortus
Camassia
Dichelostemma
Erythronium
Fritillaria
Triteleia
More natives
South America
Bessera
Bomarea
Chlidanthus
Cypella
Eucrosia
Eustephia
Gelasine
Griffinia
Habranthus
Herbertia
Hippeastrum
Hymenocallis
Ismene
Ipheion
Leucocoryne
Miersia
Milla
Petronymphe
Phaedranassa
Placea
Polianthes
Rauhia
Rhodophiala
Sprekelia
Sinningia
Stenomesson
Tropaeolum
Tecophilaea
Zephyranthes
More S. American
South Africa
Ammocharis
Brunsvigia
Boophane
Cyrtanthus
Ferraria
Gadiolus
Gloriosa
Haemanthus
Ixia
Lachenalia
Moraea
Nerine
Oxalis A-F
Oxalis G-O
Oxalis P-Z
Oxalis obtusa
Romulea
Strumaria
Veltheimia
More African
Other Parts
of the World
Arisaema
Arum
Calostemma
Canarina
Crocus
Lapiedra
Leucojum
Lycoris
Narcissus
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