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Images by Alka Khare, Identified by Vijayasankar Raman (Inserted by J.M.Garg)

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Requesting to please ID this plant with white bell like flowers captured in Chicago, Illinois, USA in May 2013.


Leucojum sp., most probably L. vernum (Amaryllidaceae)


Thanks … for the lead, bang on.

Following on your lead, it looks like Leucojum aestivum since the flowers are in an umbel and the flowering was in May (information source – Wikipedia).


…, you are right, your plant looks like L. aestivum, the Summer Snowflake (flowers in umbels).

Seemingly, it is often confused with L. vernum (the Spring Snowflake, with solitary flower); check this site.

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Thank you so much …



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flora-Australia-11: Snow drops-`Galanthus`- F-Amaryllis.-saw in the garden.
Gala in Greek is milk and Anthus is flower.
Its bulbs are poisionous.
Pl confirm the species.


I hope G. nivalis
(Inner segms. green only at sinuses 1. G. mvalis 
 Inner segms. green on lower half as well as on sinuses 2. G. elwesii)

References:
Flipkart

Leucojum aestivum L. !!

 

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