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Amaryllidaceae
Crinum


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broad leaves, long stem, long thin petals


  Identifier Research
Spider Lilly
arejay59
April 21, 2012
Amaryllidaceae
Crinum
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Spider Lily
RoccoDiCardielli
April 14, 2012
Amaryllidaceae
Amaryllidaceae Lycoris
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Lycoris is a genus of 1320 species of flowering plants in the family Amaryllidaceae, subfamily Amaryllidoideae. They are native to eastern and southern Asia in Japan, southern Korea, eastern and southern China, northern Vietnam, northern Laos, northern Thailand, northern Burma, Nepal, northern Pakistan, Afghanistan, and eastern Iran. They were imported into North Carolina and now grow wild. In English they are also called hurricane lilies or cluster amaryllis. The genus shares the English name spider lily with two other related genera.

They are bulb-producing perennial plants. The leaves are long and slender, 3060 cm long and only 0.52 cm broad. The scape is erect, 3070 cm tall, bearing a terminal umbel of four to eight flowers, which can be white, yellow, orange, or red. The flowers divide into two types, those very long, filamentous stamens two or three times as long as the tepals (subgenus Lycoris; e.g. Lycoris radiata), and those with shorter stamens not much longer than the tepals (subgenus Symmanthus Traub & Moldenke; e.g. Lycoris sanguinea). The fruit is a three-valved capsule containing several black seeds. Many of the species are sterile, reproducing only vegetatively, and are probably of hybrid origin; several additional known hybrids occur.



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RoccoDiCardielli
RoccoDiCardielli
April 14, 2012
What you have is a type of Spider Lily or Lycoris. I submitted some information that I hope you will find helpful. All the best.

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