Trollius ranunculinus

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Trollius ranunculinus
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Standard Cyclopedia of Horticulture

Trollius ranunculinus (Trollius patulus, Salisb.) Low, 1 ft. or less high: radical lvs. palmately dissected, the segms. incised-dentate: fl. golden yellow; sepals usually 5, sometimes 6 or 7, ovate and spreading; petals and stamens nearly equal, the former 1-5; style erect and about equaling the ovary. Caucasia to Persia.—Finet & Gagnepain define this species very broadly, to include others. They make var. genuina, Fin. & Gagn. to include T. laxus, Salisb., T. pumilus, Don, and T. pumilus var. yunnanensis, French; also var. Ledebouri, Fin. & Gagn. (T. Ledebouri, Reichb. f.), differing from the type in having the sepals longer than the stamens. CH

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