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    Erythronium americanum, most commonly referred to as Trout Lily, is one of our most common spring ephemeral wildflowers. Recognized by its brown-mottled leaves, the name Trout Lily refers to the similarity between the leaf markings and those of the brown or brook trout. Trout lily blooms in early spring before the trees growing above it develop leaves, this allows it to have unobstructed access to sunlight and allows it to grow when soil nutrient levels are high.

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Buffalo Audubon Society
(800) 377-1520 | (585) 457-3228
A 501(c)3 not-for-profit organization

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