Crinum moorei

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Standard Cyclopedia of Horticulture

Crinum Moorei, Hook. f. (C. Makoyanum, Carr. C. Colensoi, C. Mackenii and C. natalense, Hort.). Fig. 1110. Bulb ovoid, neck 12-18 in. long: Lvs. 12-15, strap-shaped, 2-3 ft. long, 3-4 in. wide, margin entire, veins rather distant, distinct: fls. 6-12, on peduncle 2-3 ft. high, the pedicels l½-3 in. long; tube greenish, about 3 in. long and with a funnel-shaped pinkish limb of equal length, the segms. oblong, nearly acute, connivent; filaments pink, an inch shorter than segms. Natal and Kaffraria. B.M. 6113. G.C. III. 2:499; 48:59. R.H. 1887:300 and p. 417. R.B. 22. p. 196; 23:61. Var. album, Hort. Gt. 31:1072. Gn. 52, p. 122, and var. platypetalum, Hort., are cult. C. Colensoi has a longer tube, smaller fl., with a paler and narrower limb. C. Schmidtii, Regel, is probably a pure white- fld. form of this species. CH

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