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There is another member of the Prosartes genus, Hooker’s fairybell (Prosasrtes hookeri), that upon first glance looks, to my untrained eye, exactly like Smith’s fairybell, which I discussed in my previous post (Smith’s Fairybell on 05-21-18). Both plants grow in … Continue reading
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Smith’s fairybell (Prosartes smithii) is a perennial native belonging to the Lily Family. It occurs in redwood forests and other moist, shady forests near the coast from Southern Vancouver Island through California. The branched, fuzzy Smith’s fairybell stems arise from … Continue reading