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Fabulous plant, lovely photos!Did you know they have a biblical association and one of the common names is "Lily of the Field".Pity they are not more widely planted in gardens.I have experience of growing them at Kew when I was a student there( a long time ago!)They were grown on the rock garden and in the alpine house.
David J Trevan
Yes, a stunning little flower. Sometimes you find drifts of them, sometimes just one nestled in a rocky nook.
I didn't know of a biblical association. Do you mean where Jesus talked of the lilies of the field?
Not a bible expert but as far as I know, yes!
The common name is listed in some texts, also known as Autumn Daffodil.
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