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Fritillaria Pudica Yellow Bell

The Lewis and Clarke expedition into the western states first documented this native Fritillaria Pudica, commonly called the Yellow Bell. Three beaded plants adorn this holey rock it is planted in that came from the Arizona area and the gravel around the base is from Ruby Lake, Montana, close to where they grow. The planting is 4 inches high and the rock base is 4 inches across.

Fritillaria Pudica Yellow Bell

Created in 2004


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