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Re: id please?

I agree with Chris on the second pic-  mind you I couldn't remember the 
botanical name and had to look it up.  But it does look like something 
in the erythronium family.


Christopher P. Lindsey wrote:

>>I've  posted 2 pics.  The first is a Rhodie I mentioned earlier.  The 
>>second is a plant that I need identified.  Thanks for your help.
>>Go to:
>Rhododendron periclymenoides?  I don't know.  :)  Do you have any closeups
>of the flowers?
>The second photo looks like an Erythronium, but I don't know which one 
>without a bloom.  Maybe E. americanum?
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