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I believe it's name is Larry...
it's false helleboremy book says 'also is highly poisonous. Each year people mistake it for an edible plant and either die or must undergo a liver transplant!blooms may-july
Joy,Nice! Just canned a bunch of that for the next clay club.Thanks Joy,I know someone would know. Our resident biologist!
Joy,This is a perfect description:False hellebore grows on moist, open meadows and hillsides at elevations of 1500 to 4000 meters. It emerges as soon as snow melts in the spring. Flowers appear in July and August, and the plant produces seeds in September.
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