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Fritillaria pyrenaica is from the Pyrenees (southern France and Northern Spain) where it grows on grassy stony slopes and in woods. The most common form has large dark chocolate long bells that are yellow green inside but they can be chequered red and brown with a yellow-green stripe of even yellow. It flowers in spring.


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