Talking Plants: The Quest for 'Erythronium'

British garden expert Keith Wiley visits the Pacific Northwest in a search for the demure bulb Americans call the trout lily or the dog-tooth violet. NPR's Ketzel Levine hunts along with him. View photos from the Olympic Peninsula, and from Wiley's Garden House in Devon, England.

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