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I am curious as to what allowed this to be identified as A. ramosus and not A. albus?
Flora Europaea gives:
Bracts dark brown; inflorescence simple ... albus
Bracts whitish inflorescence much branched ... ramosus
Thanks Martin. How about Asphodelus aestivus? Out of interest, is Flora Europaea available online?
It could be A. aestivus which can be distinguished by roots and capsules (which I don't think we have).
Only the list of names is available online http://188.8.131.52/FE/fe.html
Appreciate your help with this Martin. If I'm back here next Spring I'll try and get the help of someone more knowledgeable than I am on the local wildflower species to see if we can pin down this species.
Now confirmed as Asphodelus ramosus by local expert.
Lat/Lng: 37.97, 23.72