7 responses to “Eranthis hyemalis”

  1. shivangi

    they are just so mesmerising andpls can i get peply for my appreciation?

  2. bev

    Beautful Daniel, and much needed here in the east where it is currently 19 degrees F. I don’t feel so bad about getting old if you guys can’t remember plant names either! (:
    I have hopefully planted some of these little bulbs, but a book by Judy Glattstein says don’t expect more than a 20% success rate as they don’t store well. We shall see.

  3. Janet A.

    What a cheerful little plant for a gray day! Thanks for brightening up a rainy day (but very welcome moisture!) in the San Diego area.

  4. Beverley

    Eranthis hyemalis – Z5 – RHS Index of Garden Plants, Griffiths
    Eranthis hyemalis – Z4-9 – A-Z Encyclopedia of Garden Plants, Brickell, Cole, Zuk
    Eranthis hyemalis – Z3-7 – Kemper Center for Home Gardening

  5. Meg Bernstein

    Wow, is this a touch of Spring! What a lovely site from someone who is sitting with four feet of snow outside the door.

  6. Debby

    I love these. They take a while to establish, but once established, they bring joy year after year. I eagerly watch for the seeds to mature, collect them, and immediately scatter them in new places around my yard. The following year, only seed leaves appear; the next, only the little collarette; the subsequent year, the blossom. They like a spring sprinkle of bonemeal and lime.

  7. Ron B

    Winter aconite or winter amnesia?

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