Cardiocrinum cordatum

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Standard Cyclopedia of Horticulture

Lilium cordifolium, Thunb. Bulb similar to that of L. giganteum, but smaller: st. 3-4 ft. high, stout, smooth, bare of leaves for a foot or more above the surface, then a whorl of 6-8 leaves appears, with a few scattered ones above; they are pendulous, 12-18 in. long, nearly as wide, deep green, lower ones tinged deep red: flowers in racemes of 4-10, 4-6 in. long, nearly as wide, fragrant, of the same color as those of L. giganteum. July, early Aug. Japan and the Kurile Isls. —Very rare and not so easily grown as L. giganteum, to which it is inferior in every respect; only suitable for collectors or specialists. CH

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