Beautiful Lilly. It looks like it might be wild?
Yes, free and wild! They are native, called Dog-tooth violet (the bulb is in the shape of a dog’s tooth), and are also known as a Glacier lily.
How beautiful! Is this some type of lily?
Yes, they are in our wooded areas right now and along the path to our design studio. They are native and called Dog-tooth violet (the bulb is in the shape of a dog’s tooth), and are also known as a Glacier lily.
There is a citizen science project happening in the north east recording the species of trout lillies.
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