This plant goes by a huge number of common names (with "green false hellebore" being among the least common); I've moved two of the most commonly encountered names to the top of the article. In much of its native range (particularly northeastern U.S.A.) it is most commonly known simply as "false hellebore" as there are no other Veratrum species to distinguish it from. BTW here is an online article that may be worth linking as it has several excellent photos of the plant. MrDarwin 16:47, 8 September 2007 (UTC)
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