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Thanks for the reminder. I was kind of waiting for some confirmation and just forgot
No idea, actually. You might check the link, maybe you find some more infos. It might also be a variation or "hybrid". I once read about Crinum amabile var. augustum. The Queen Emma is from Hawaii, but also native from there??
Where is it native? I often wonder about the trail introduced species might have followed.
Amaryllidaceae, Crinum sp. and looks like being Crinum augustum. Not native, so always careful with IDs...https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Crinumhttp://davesgarden.com/guides/pf/go/9035...http://www.natureloveyou.sg/Crinum%20aug...http://www.flowerspictures.org/flower-pi...http://www.fotocommunity.com/photo/crinu...
Spotted on Dec 22, 2015 Submitted on Mar 13, 2016