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Kentucky Color: GWSU weighs in on buttercup controversy
By Billy Joe Fudge
Just for your information, Great Wooded South University's most recent research shows a completely different result as a local name for this most prolific, harbinger of Spring, March Lily!
From time immemorial in the Great Wooded South these flowers which appeared during the month of March carried this name. Those which appeared in April and sometimes beyond were called Field Lilies.
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