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By Billmac

Spain Es

Can anyone identify this flower?




Erythronium couldn't tell you which one though

29 Mar, 2017


It looks a bit like E. dens canis maybe 'Old Aberdeen' Have a look at one on this website.

29 Mar, 2017


Possibly Scotsgran, depends if the leaves go with the flower.

29 Mar, 2017


The link shows the leaves and a close up of the flower. Without actually comparing them when looking at them it has to be the owners choice.

30 Mar, 2017


Yes, Erythronium dens-cansis. I didn't know that they had started trying to put varietal names to these now but, from the photo, this may be growing wild. They are native to southern Europe including the Iberian penninsula.

30 Mar, 2017


So highly unlikely to be a varietal...

30 Mar, 2017


Thank you Mg and Bb. How lovely to see them growing in the wild. I missed that this query came from Spain and also how many plants were growing in what looks like a wild setting.

30 Mar, 2017

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