Gardeners for wildlife and other nature lovers will welcome the sight of Erythronium umbilicatum, more commonly known as Trout Lilies. This lily, one of the few true ephemerals in our region, will bloom in low damp areas for a month or less beginning in February.
Gardeners for wildlife and other nature lovers will welcome the sight of Erythronium umbilicatum, more commonly known as Trout Lilies. This lily, one of the few true ephemerals in our region, will bloom in low damp areas for a month or less beginning in February. Carolyn Kaster AP
Gardeners for wildlife and other nature lovers will welcome the sight of Erythronium umbilicatum, more commonly known as Trout Lilies. This lily, one of the few true ephemerals in our region, will bloom in low damp areas for a month or less beginning in February. Carolyn Kaster AP

As spring approaches, gardeners should look for nature’s finely tuned choreography

March 03, 2018 07:00 AM