Muscari commutatum

Muscari commutatum AH.108

1, History/Origin

Cultivated bulbs from suppliers raised from plants originally discovered in Eastern Crete, Lassithi, altitude 200m.

Photo 2020 Mar 26

2. IPNI Data – First Published in

Pl Rar.: 145 (1826)

3. Plants of the World Online ref

1http://www.plantsoftheworldonline.org/taxon/urn:lsid:ipni.org:names:538475-1


Collection Notes
4. Supplier

Rare Plants Sep 2018

5. Description of supplier

‘… flowers are blackish violet with lobes of the same colour… flowers are held in dense racemes and are elongated bells with very constructed mouth… pedicels of the sterile flowers are paler and smaller than the fertile ones.’

6. Collection Prefix

95,

7. Plant
8. Bulb

2020 Sep 05 x3 bulbs potted up plus bulblets repotted

2018 Sep 30 x3 bulbs pottted p

9. Leaves
10. Flowers

2020 Mar 26 Beautiful raceme of rich deep purple black flowers.

2019 May 23 No flowers and week leaf growth. Pos young plant material?

11. Seed
12. Feed

2020 Apr 5 SOP

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