6 responses to “Fritillaria affinis”

  1. Marysia

    I love Fritillaria, especially this one. 🙂

  2. van

    I hadn’t seen this Fritillaria before. It’s a handsome one. Native of BC. Very cool. Thank you.

  3. Jane Harries

    That’s a lovely photo of a lovely flower! It’s a bit like our UK fritillaria meleagris (not sure if it’s native here but we grow it a lot) but a deeper chocolatey brown than ours.

  4. elizabeth a airhart

    lovely interesting flower
    also called mission bells
    called chocolate also
    is it grown for cut flowers
    thank you daniel

  5. Margaret-Rae Davis

    What lovely Photographs. Great colour and I do enjoy the close-ups.
    Thank you,

  6. Robert Mussey

    This is sometimes caled “baby’s diaper” lily as suggested by its smell, designed to attract flies for pollination.

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