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Fritillaria affinis (syn. F. lanceolata) is native to a very wide range on the Pacific coast of North America, from near sea level to near timberline in the mountains, and is quite variable. Easily grown in temperate gardens, it needs to be kept a little moist and cool in summer to flourish but also requires excellent drainage.


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