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  PbsWiki - Nothoscordum
Nothoscordum species usually have several flowered umbels and Ipheion species one-flowered inflorescences, but there are exceptions.
Nothoscordum dialystemon, Ipheion dialystemon) is a yellow-flowered plant with 8 tepals instead of the normal six.
Nothoscordum ostenii Beauverd is a yellow flowered species from Uruguay that flowers in spring and is dormant in summer.
www.pacificbulbsociety.org /pbswiki/index.php/Nothoscordum   (1015 words)

  
 Nothoscordum/Ipheion   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
He prefers to put them in Nothoscordum and says in that article that Rosa Guaglianone champions them as Ipheion, while Pierefelice Ravenna regards them as Nothoscordum.
Unfortunately, they are self-incompatible and need to be pollinated by a different clone in order to set viable seed." In the article he further states that Nothoscordum sellowianum is not the same as Ipheion sellowianum and has white flowers.
I have summarized this for those people who may not have that Herbertia, but the rest of you may want to read both articles.
lists.ibiblio.org /pipermail/pbs/2002-August/001038.html   (322 words)

  
 Nothoscordum (?)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
I know it's a bit difficult getting suggestions to identity without a photo, but I am wondering if anyone on the forum has any knowledge of Nothoscordum (I hope Alberto is reading this!).
Flower is white, six tepals 1.5 cm long each with a green stripe on the outer portion, and with a very small red stripe at the base which shows on both the outer and inner tepal.
The plant looks very much like an Ipheion in its form and growth habit, and Nothoscordum sellowianum is blooming at the same time.
lists.ibiblio.org /pipermail/pbs/2003-January/005751.html   (212 words)

  
 Nothoscordum genus   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
[Nothoscordum inodorum (Aiton) Nicholson][Bayer code: none][CDFA list: B] Photographs Map of Distribution
(Aiton) Stearn, Nothoscordum fragrans (Vent.) Kunth, Nothoscordum borbonicum Kunth, Allium gracile Aiton, Allium fragrans Vent., onion weed, grace garlic
Closely related to the onions (Allium species), but plant parts lack an onion or garlic odor when crushed.
www.cdfa.ca.gov /phpps/ipc/weedinfo/nothoscordum.htm   (512 words)

  
 Nothoscordum bivalve
Nothoscordum bivalve is a perennial herb which blooms March through July, this can vary depending on where the plant is (ie Georgian plants will probably bloom at different times than Canadian plants).
Follow these links for more pictures of Nothoscordum bivalve.
"The Ecological Life Cycle of Nothoscordum bivalve in Tennessee Cedar Glades." Castanea: The Journal of the Southern Appalachian Botanical Club 44(4): 193-202.
www.discoverlife.org /nh/tx/Plantae/Monocotyledoneae/Liliaceae/Nothoscordum/bivalve   (404 words)

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