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Not an easy plant to grow in cultivation in Britain. It is best in a well-drained soil that is wet in spring but rather dry in the summer. Flowers are produced in 3 - 4 years from seed. Bulbs should be planted about 7cm deep.Closely related to E. grandiflorum and considered to be no more than part of that species by some botanists.
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