Gentiana andrewsii

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Standard Cyclopedia of Horticulture

Gentiana andrewsii, Griseb. (G. Cattsbxi, Andr., not Walt.). Closed, Blind or Bottle Gentian. Fig. 1626. St. ascending: fls. purplish blue; calyx-lobes lanceolate to ovate, usually spreading or recurved, shorter than the calyx-tube; corolla-lobes entirely obliterated, the teeth at the top being supposed to be the remains of the appendages often found between the corolla-lobes in other species. July, Aug. Moist places. E. N. Amer. B.M. 6421. B.B. 2:616. Gn. 27:86. G.W. 4, p. 549. F.VV. 1879:33. L.B.C. 9:815 (erroneously as G. saponaria).—A white-fld. form is cult, but very rare. For cult., see G. pneumananthe. CH

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