Gentiana septemfida

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Standard Cyclopedia of Horticulture

Gentiana septemfida, Pall. Lvs. lanceolate ("ovate," according to Grisebach), 3-5 nerved: fls. dark blue, in head-like cymes; calyx-lobes linear; corolla club-shaped. July-Oct. N. Asia. Orient. B.M. 1229 and 1410 (both purple outside and dotted brown within; the lobes of the latter spotted white). G. 34:773. L.B.C. 1:89. Gn. 54, p. 37. P.M. 8:51. Not F.S. 8:765. G. Frey- niana, Hort., is said to differ from the type in having larger fls. which are less prominently fringed between the segms. of the corolla. G.C. III. 46:202. Gn. 75, p. 421; 77, p. 168. Var. cordifolia, Boiss. (G. cordifolia, C. Koch), has heart-shaped lvs.: corolla-tube greenish white outside, unspotted within; lobes narrower, unspotted. B.M. 6497. P.M. 7:5 (erroneously as G. gelida.-The name septemfida is misleading, as 7-lobed corollas are very rare. Cult, like G. lutea.


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