Crinum amoenum

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Standard Cyclopedia of Horticulture

Crinum amoenum. Roxbg. Bulb globose, 2-3 in. diam., with a very short neck: Lvs. 10-12, suberect, linear, 2 ft. or less lone, rough-edged, tapering to the apex: fla. 6-12, the peduncle standing 1-2 ft. high; perianth- tube greenish, 3—4 in. long; segms. white tinged red outside, 2-3 in. long, lanceolate: filaments bright red, shorter than segms. India. Summer; warmhouse. Var. Mearsii, Bedd. (C. Mearsii, Bedd.). Very small: Lvs. 1 ft. or more long, 1 in. wide, very smooth: peduncle 3-5 in. long, 6-10- fld.; fls. white, the tube slender and 5 in. long; segms. lanceolate, 2½ in. long and ½in. broad. Upper Burma. G.C. III. 42:62.—Whole plant not more than 2 or 3 in. high when not in bloom; blooms well in a 3-in. pot. CH

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