Crocus chrysanthus

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Crocus chrysanthus
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Standard Cyclopedia of Horticulture

Crocus chrysanthus, Herb, (not B.R. 33:4, fig. 1, which equals C. Olivieri var. Suterianus). Corm small: Lvs. as high as the fl., very narrow: upper spathe 2- lvs., nearly as long as perianth-tube: perianth-tube 2-3 times as long as the Begins., the latter1¼ in. or less long, and plain orange-yellow (varying tinted or striped on the outside, or even nearly white); throat glabrous; anthers orange, twice as long as the roughened filaments; style-branches red-orange. Macedonia and Asia Minor. Var. albidus, Hort. Fls. whitish. CH

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