Fritillaria

Fritillaria is a genus of about 100 to 130 species of bulbous plants in the family Liliaceae, native to temperate regions of the Northern Hemisphere, especially the Mediterranean, southwest Asia, and western North America. The name is derived from the Latin term for a dice-box (fritillus), and probably refers to the checkered pattern of the flower...
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Fritillaria

[n] - fritillary
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Fritillaria

• (n.) A genus of liliaceous plants, of which the crown-imperial (Fritillaria imperialis) is one species, and the Guinea-hen flower (F. Meleagris) another. See Crown-imperial.
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Fritillaria

Frit'il·la`ri·a noun [ New Latin , from Latin fritillus dicebox: confer French fritillaire . So named from the checkered markings of the petals.] (Botany) A genus of liliaceous plants, of which the crown-imperial ( Fritillaria imperialis ) is one species, and the Guin...
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Fritillaria

Fritillaria (fritillary) is a genus of liliaceous plants including Crown Imperial (Fritillaria imperialis) and the Snake's-Head or Common Fritillary (Fritillaria Meleagris) both of which are found in moist meadows in northern temperate regions, including the British Isles.
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Fritillaria

This group consists of about 100 deciduous, perennialbulbs native to the Northern Hemisphere. They are suitable for growing in borders, meadows, woodland gardens, and containers. Some species grow up to 4 feet tall, while others average 10 inches in height. In the spring, all Fritillaries produce beautiful, cup- or bell-shaped, nodding flowers...
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