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    johanna
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    Planted this bulb two years ago and lost the tag, yikes, now I have forgotten the name!! Anyone know the name of this flower?


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    iris43
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    I don’t know the name of your flower but believe it is in the family of ‘Fritillarias’.


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    akajoan
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    If it’s not a Fritillaria, how about from the Allium family.  Allium siculum (common name may be Sicilian honey garlic or Mediterranean bells.


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    iris43
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    Joan, I think you’ve named it!  Sicilian honey garlic.  :)


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    Gayle
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    I had the same thought Iris did when I first saw it.


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    johanna
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    Thanks, will research under the fritillaris family for this flower.


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    johanna
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    Opps,,,  didn’t see the new responses.  Now that my memory has been jogged I do remember it as “Mediterranean bells”.    Thanks.<span style=”background-color: #fbfbfb; color: #444444; font-family: Arial, sans-serif; font-size: 12px; line-height: 15.692307472229004px;”>
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    margba
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    Hi!  That is so pretty!  It’s a perenniel?  I will have to look into that!  I think Joan & Gayle are most likely right!


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    plantdoctorzn4
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    I have that one and it is Mediterranen Bells….I believe it is in the allium family.  I wish the bells were bigger, don’t you?  Charlene


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