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Description

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Flowering stem up to 10-15 cm. Tuber- like bulb elongate or elongate-cylindrical, 2-4 cm long. Leaves (usually 2) glaucous, spotted, ovate-elongate, 4-6 cm x 2-3 cm, prostrate. Flowers solitary, white or creamy, with small scattered spots, perianth lobes lanceolate. V - April to June. Fl - April or May in St. Petersburg, March-April in the wild. P - daughter bulbs. Transplant only in late summer. Well-drained soil is desirable. Can grow in shady places. Very suitable for the rock garden and group plantings as a spring flower. Z 5 (4). New.
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Ornamental Plants From Russia And Adjacent States Of The Former Soviet Union Vol. 0 in eFloras.org, Missouri Botanical Garden. Accessed Nov 12, 2008.
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Distribution

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Caucasus (western regions) and northern Iran. Forests of lower mountain zone, forest margins, tall grass communities.
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Ornamental Plants From Russia And Adjacent States Of The Former Soviet Union Vol. 0 in eFloras.org, Missouri Botanical Garden. Accessed Nov 12, 2008.
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Erythronium caucasicum

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Erythronium caucasicum is a bulbous perennial plant in the lily family, native to the western and central Caucasus and the Alborz Mountains in North Iran.[2][3][4][5][6][7]

The leaves are spotted. In contrast with its closest relative, Erythronium dens-canis,[8] the anthers are yellow. The petals are usually white or yellowish.

References

  1. ^ Woronow, Georg Jurij Nikolaewitch. 1933. Trudy Botanicheskogo Instituta Akademii Nauk SSSR. Ser. 1. Flora i Sistematika Vyssikh Rastenii. Acta Instituti Botanici Academiae Scientiarum URPSS
  2. ^ Mathew, B. 1992. A taxonomic and horticultural review of Erythronium L. (Liliaceae). Botanical Journal of the Linnean Society 109: 453-471
  3. ^ Kew World Checklist of Selected Plant Families
  4. ^ Rechinger, K.H., Browicz, K., Persson, K. & Wendelbo, P. (1990). Flora Iranica 165: 1-194. Naturhistorisches Museums Wien.
  5. ^ Czerepanov, S.K. (1995). Vascular Plants of Russia and Adjacent States (The Former USSR): 1-516. Cambridge University Press.
  6. ^ Takhtajan, A.L. (ed.) (2006). Conspectus Florae Caucasi 2: 1-466. Editio Universitatis Petropolitanae.
  7. ^ Clennett, C. (2014). The genus Erythronium: 1-158. Kew Publishing, Kew.
  8. ^ Allen G.A., Soltis D.E., Soltis P.S. 2003. Phylogeny and biogeography of Erythronium (Liliaceae) inferred from chloroplast matK and nuclear rDNA ITS sequences. Systematic Botany 28: 512-523
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Erythronium caucasicum: Brief Summary

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Erythronium caucasicum is a bulbous perennial plant in the lily family, native to the western and central Caucasus and the Alborz Mountains in North Iran.

The leaves are spotted. In contrast with its closest relative, Erythronium dens-canis, the anthers are yellow. The petals are usually white or yellowish.

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