A Canarian Endemic, in the Amaryllidaceae family or Alliaceae depending which textbook you use!Gorgeous plant!Grows from a tunicated bulb.
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Having thought I had identified this species correctly, now not so sure as the petals seem too long and spidery. Maybe it's a cultivated form, or maybe I've totally misdentified it!
Love to get some thoughts on this one!
David J Trevan
... like a Hymenocallis?
Yes your absolutely right!Well done!
I did take another photo of Pancratium canariensis in the National Park, and now comparing the two I can clearly see the difference, knew something wasn't right, many thanks!
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