Agapanthus praecox Willd. subsp. minimus (Lindl.) F.M.Leight. © Dipartimento di Scienze della Vita, Università di Trieste picture by Andrea Mor Agapanthus praecox subsp. orientalis Flowering habit white and blue at Kula, Maui - Credit: Forest and Kim Starr - Plants of Hawaii - Image licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 License, permitting sharing and adaptation with attribution
Observation: Agapanthus praecox Willd. (Gen English Mar 7, 2021) USA (Plants of the United States) Mar 7, 202 Agapanthus praecox (common agapanthus, blue lily, African lily, or lily of the Nile) is a popular garden plant around the world, especially in Mediterranean climates. I It is native of Natal and Cape of Good Hope in South Africa, local names include agapant, bloulelie, isicakathi and ubani. Agapanthus praecox Willd. - African-lily. The Plants Database includes the following 1 subspecies of Agapanthus praecox . Click below on a thumbnail map or name for subspecies profiles . Free and Open Access to Biodiversity Data Agapanthus praecox Willd. Taxon Concept NZOR Concept Id dbf9240e-dc91-457a-866a-e6bad3afabcc According to Howell, C. 2008: Consolidated list of environmental weeds in New Zealand. DOC Research & Development Series 292-42. Preferred Name Agapanthus praecox Willd. Subordinate Taxon Concep
Agapanthus praecox orientalis Willd. (AM AK357644-1).jpg 5,208 × 7,552; 2.63 MB Agapanthus praecox ssp.minimus - Flickr - Ragnhild & Neil Crawford (1).jpg 1,445 × 1,080; 435 K Agapanthus praecox subsp. praecox occurs in Eastern Cape, it is generally 0.8 to 1 m tall and flowers in mid to late summer (December - February). It is distinguished from the other two subspecies by its longer perianth segments (50 mm or longer) and fewer leaves (10-11 per plant) which are leathery and suberect (spreading rather than arching)
I doubt that there is a South African gardener alive that has not come across an agapanthus somewhere! Agapanthus is a very variable genus, yet they are all broadly similar in appearance, with rhizomatous roots, strap-like leaves and an umbellate inflorescence on a stalk held above the leaves Agapanthus praecox Willd Agapanthus. Common name: African lily. Agapanthus are known for their large, blue drumstick-headed flowers in summer. These South African perennial plants are equally suitable for borders and large containers. Agapanthus look great when planted with drifts of ornamental grasses, sun-loving rudbeckias and goldenrod (Solidago) Agapanthus praecox Willd. Agapanthus praecox, African/Nile Lilly (S. Africa) Saved by Katie Allen. 2.
Species: Agapanthus praecox Willd. Agapanthus praecox subsp. praecox; This subspecies is accepted, and its native range is E. Cape Prov. to KwaZulu-Natal. On this page Created with Sketch. Distribution; Synonyms; Other Data; Bibliography; Sources; Distribution KBD; Full. 30-oct-2014 - Gloria Umaña descrubrió este Pin. Descubre (y guarda) tus propios Pines en Pinterest
Agapanthus praecox Willd. kingdom Plantae - plants » divisio Magnoliophyta - flowering plants » class Liliopsida - monocotyledons » order Asparagales » family Amaryllidaceae » genus Agapanthus - agapanthus Agapanthus ( Agapanthus praecox subsp. orientalis) is quite distinctive when in flower, but may sometimes be confused with native matrushes (i.e. Lomandra spp.) when not in flower. However, the matrushes (i.e. Lomandra spp.) have narrower leaves that are usually less than 12 mm wide Scientific Name: Agapanthus L'Her. (Amaryllidaceae) praecox Willd. Related Plants. 'Adelaide
Check for more information on the species: African Plants Database: Names, synonymy and distribution: Global Plant Initiativ The References to the article entitled Lily of the Nile (Agapanthus praecox) - an article that started literary but will close musically - are presented by the archaic Greek rock ensemble with the inventive name Agapanthus, which will perform their composition Αχ βρε Θανάση (Ah vre Thanasi), espesially for the patient reader of this - not exactly short - article
. flower in the garden, selective focus with dark blurry background. Image of common, bokeh, focus - 12304624 Agapanthus praecox Willd. - African-lily : References Expert(s): Expert: Notes: Reference for: Other Source(s): Source: Liliaceae s.l. of North America Update, database (version 2010) Acquired: 2010 : Notes: Updated for ITIS by the Flora.
Flora. Agapanthus praecox Willd. Agapanto. See more of mundoapicola on Facebook. Log I Encontrámos Agapanthus praecox Willd. (Amaryllidaceae), uma planta muito cultivada em Portugal, naturalizada ou escapada de cultura na cidade de Coimbra, 29TNE5052, alt. ca. 110 m, num talude. Photo about Beautiful white Agapanthus praecox Wildflower in the garden, selective focus. Image of wildflower, lily, plant - 12304626
Accepted By: Davidse, G., M. Sousa Sánchez & A.O. Chater. 1994. Alismataceae a Cyperaceae. 6: i-xvi, 1-543. In G. Davidse, M. Sousa Sánchez & A.O. Chater (eds. Agapanthus 'Adelaide' is easy to grow and it does well even in the poorest of soils, but it must receive some water in spring-summer.To perform at its best, give it rich, well-drained soil with ample compost and plenty of water in spring and summer. As with most plants they benefit most from regular (e.g. weekly) deep drenching as opposed to frequent superficial waterings Media in category Agapanthus praecox subsp. orientalis . The following 108 files are in this category, out of 108 total. 0 Agapanthus praecox ssp. Orientalis - Meise.JPG 2,496 × 1,664; 1.78 MB. Agapanthes orientalis var.albus-1-bsi-yercaud-salem-India.JPG 4,000 × 3,000; 5.49 MB Agapanthus praecox (African Lily) is a species of perennial herb in the family Amaryllidaceae. They have a self-supporting growth form. They are native to South Africa. They have simple, broad leaves. Flowers are visited by Anna's Hummingbird, White-lined Sphinx, Western Tiger Swallowtail, and Honey bee. Individuals can grow to 1 m
L'Agapanthus è una pianta facile da curare e ideale per le bordure di giardini e la coltivazione in vaso. Per mantenere la fioritura costante e far apparire al meglio l'infiorescenza tutto l'anno, è importante prendersene cura in modo adeguato con un terreno ben drenato ed un ottimo concime.. Le piante di Agapanthus costeggiano tante strade in Sudafrica tanto che spesso passano inosservate. Taxonomic name: Agapanthus praecox Willd. Synonyms: Tulbaghia praecox (Willd.) Kuntze Common names: African-lily, agapanthus, agapanto (Spanish-Argentina), bloulelie (Afrikaans), blue lily, common agapanthus, flor de Navidad (Spanish-Argentina), lily-of-the-Nile, lirio africano (Spanish-Argentina) Organism type: herb Agapanthus praecox is a rhizomatous herb that is native to South Africa. Agapanthus multiflorus Willd. Agapanthus orientalis F.M.Leight. Agapanthus umbellatus maximus Lindl. Agapanthus umbellatus minimus Lindl. Agapanthus variegatus Steud. Tulbaghia praecox (Willd.) Kuntze. Common Name: Cultivated plants, grown as an edging along a path Photograph by: C T Johansson. Cultivated plants, grown as an edging along a pat
Plant Description: Agapanthus praecox grows in sun or shade and that makes a good choice for the difficult areas that are in shade for part of the year. They attract insects to the garden. They also have medicinal and magical uses. Agapanthus praecox requires little care and looks good all year round. Worldwide it is one of the most used landscaping plants AVI. Encyclopédie(s) Recherch Agapanthus praecox Willd. J Complement Med Alt Healthcare. 2018; 7(5): 555722. DOI: 10.19080/JCMAH.2018.07.555722. 003 Journal of Complementary Medicine Alternatie ealthcare was heated over the water bath for 4 h at 55 ℃ and then filtered to collect the residue which was later re-extracted with 200mL of 2 % aqueous ethanol http://plantas-e-pessoas.blogspot.pt/2014/10/agapanthus-praecox-willd-amaryllidaceae.html 289) domingo, 26 de Outubro de 2014 Agapanthus praecox Willd
Agapanthus praecox Willd. subsp. praecox LC; Agapanthus walshii L.Bolus EN (c) South African National Biodiversity Institute 2010-12.. Good-sized round, showy full flower heads of blue flowers above evergreen strappy leaves. A good grower in a warm sheltered site. Benefits from shelter from cold weather, particularly easterly winds, and in colder areas of the UK is probably better grown in a large pot and given protection of a cold greenhouse or cool conservatory during the winter months.These agapanthus are the type that are.
Agapanthaceae > Agapanthus > Agapanthus praecox Willd. PREFERRED TERM. Agapanthus praecox Willd. TYPE. Laji tai lajin sisäinen taksoni. Taksoni nimistöss. Agapanthus praecox Taxonomy ID: 186128 (for references in articles please use NCBI:txid186128) current name. Agapanthus praecox Willd. NCBI BLAST name: monocots Rank: species Genetic code: Translation table 1 (Standard) Mitochondrial genetic code: Translation table 1 (Standard Agapanthus praecox subsp. minimus. Members can view this photo in high resolution. Members can view this photo in high resolution. Agapanthus praecox Willd. subsp. minimus (Lindl.) F.M.Leight. Flora category. Vascular - Exotic. Structural class. Monocotyledonous Herbs. Conservation status Plantnames, de website voor plantenname
Agapanthus praecox Willd. Nomencl. ref.: Enum. Pl.: 353. 1809: Rank: Species: Status: ACCEPTED Taxonomy (this taxon is included in): Regnum - Plantae Divisio - Spermatophyta Subdivisio - Angiospermae Class - Monocotyledones Ordo - Liliales Familia - Liliaceae Genus - Agapanthus L'Hér ID 1727 Symbol Key AGPR5 Common Name African lily Family Liliaceae Category Monocot Division Magnoliophyta US Nativity Introduced to U.S. US/NA Plant Yes State Distribution CA Growth Habit Forb/herb Duratio African lily (agapanthus praecox willd) flowering on the shore of lake iseo in italy - download this royalty free Stock Photo in seconds. No membership needed
Agapanthus (Agapanthus praecox) is a weed when it spreads into the wild from gardens.It was introduced because of its attractive clumps of long leathery green leaves and purple, blue or white stalked flowers. It is easy to grow and hardy, but this also makes it weedy in the wild Agapanthus praecox 'Maximus' Scientific Name: Agapanthus L'Her. (Amaryllidaceae) praecox Willd. 'Maximus' Nursery Availabilit Botanical name: Most of the Agapanthus available today are hybrids or cultivars of the original Agapanthus praecox Common name: African Lily, Lily of the Nile (erroneously), Blou Lelie(Afr.), ubani (Zulu), isicakathi (Xhosa) Agapanthus, fondly called 'Aggies' by many gardeners, are most definitely one of the most loved and used indigenous perennials, not only in South Africa, but right. Agapanthus Botanical Name. Agapanthus praecox. Family. Liliaceae (lily) Also known as. Agapanthus orientalis. Where is it originally from? South Africa. What does it look like? Robust, clump-forming perennial with long, thick, white rhizomes. Leathery, arching leaves (20-70 x 2-6 cm) with watery sap grow from the base in clumps of up to 20
3 subspecies with 2 subspecies naturalised in Australia, 1 in Western Australia and 1 in Victoria. Profile provided under subspecies