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The common name is dog's tooth violet, describing their long, pointed tubers - off-white like big canine teeth.
They include the rich blue Allium caerulea, the very early flowering violet-coloured Crocus imperati `de Jaeger', and a greenish-yellow flowered form of dog's tooth violet, Erythronium pagoda.
We told two weeks ago how elastic was found in a another Snickers bar - then revealed that a dog's tooth turned up in a Mars Bar made by the same firm.
Tony revealed: "They found a piece of the dog's tooth in his face.
Erythroniums, with their lovely common name, Dog's Tooth Violet, are perfect spring flowers for a shady spot.
Dog's tooth violets establish well during this month in slightly shady woodland sites, and vigorous varieties such as `White Beauty' quickly spread to form bold clumps.
CHOC fan Michael Power bit off more than he could chew when he munched on a Mars Bar - a dog's tooth.
Tony said: "When they were treating him they found a piece of the dog's tooth in his face.
Samantha wears a red polo neck jumper with a pair of denim jeans, a black and white dog's tooth bag and black boots.