Fritillaria meleagris


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Fritillaria meleagris

toxic plant in the family Liliaceae; reputed to contain a poisonous alkaloid. Called also fritillary, snake's head.
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Fritillaria meleagris is a bulbous perennial which produces a single, relatively large, nodding bell-flower on an erect stem some 20cm (8in) tall.
Fritillaria meleagris bulbs, generally sold in mixtures of purple, rose and white, are best planted in autumn.
The snakeshead fritillary, Fritillaria meleagris, is a native of British lowland water meadows and will gradually naturalise in damp, grassy areas or beside ponds.
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FRITILLARIA meleagris, also known as snake's head, is the only fritillaria variety originating in Britain.
Fritillaria Meleagris (30 bulbs), the Snakes Head, is a spring-flowering bulb with dainty heads of mottled pink, purple and white, bell-shaped flowers.
SNAKESHEAD, or Fritillaria Meleagris, is grows to 12-15in and thrives on damp conditions.