Discussion in 'Hobbies & Critters' started by Hakone, Mar 15, 2012.
Nice pictures and a nice clump of bloodroot you have there
Acer palmatum beni komatchi
Acer palmatum sangokaku
Acer palmatum katsura
I like the last one!
Trillium sulcatum album
Cypripedium parviflorum var. parviflorum
I love this species, I have a few in the garden that manage to survive in some corners of the garden without any special care.
Over here we name them after the following bird: Northern Lapwing / Peewit, in Dutch this bird is called Kievit.
We call the flower either Kievitsbloem or Kievitseibloem
In which "bloem" is dutch for flower and "ei" dutch for an egg
So in English it would be Peewits flower or Peewitsegg flower.
I grow that species too... but it is Arisarum, not Arisaema...
Separate names with a comma.