Muscari caucasicum

Muscari caucasicum ((Griseb.) Baker)

1. History and Origin

Found across Turkey, Georgia, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Iraq and Iran.

Syn. Leopoldia caucasica, Bellevalia caucasica

2. IPNI Data – published in

V.L. Komarov (ed.) Fl. URSS iv: 410 (1935)

3. Plants of the world online ref:

4. Supplier:

RarePlants Dec 2018

5. Description of supplier:

Yellowish, tubular fertile flowers are tightly packed in to the lower part of a long dense spike. The individual flowers are tinted with rosy-purple at the mouth, but the teeth are the same restrained golden yellow as the flowers. Higher up the spike the tassel of sterile flowers is an intense violet.’

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