Hymenocallis speciosa (L.f. ex Salisb.) Salisb., Trans. Hort. Soc. London 1: 340 1812. (syn: Hymenocallis erosa Salisb.; Hymenocallis speciosa var. angustifolia Herb.; Hymenocallis speciosa var. humilis Herb.; Hymenocallis speciosa var. longipetiolata Herb., not validly publ.; Nemepiodon speciosum (L.f. ex Salisb.) Raf.; Pancratium formosum M.Roem.; Pancratium speciosum L.f. ex Salisb.) ?;
Bahamas; Cuba; Windward Is. as per Catalogue of Life ;
submission of Hymenocallis harrisiana Herb., : Attachments (2)
Plant name: Hymenocallis harrisiana Herb., Edwards’s Bot. Reg. 26(Misc.): 35 1840.
Common names: Peruvian Daffodil, Spider Lily, Basket Flower, Summer Daffodil, Spider Flower
Description: Bulbous herbs; the entire plant is up to 45cm in height.
The simple leaves are basal, coriaceous with entire margins. The flowers are white funnel-shaped; tri-merous, the inter-staminal member is thin and white. Stamens 6. The plants produce loculicidal capsules.
It is a native of Mexico. Cultivated as an ornamental.
Hymenocallis fragrans (Salisb.) Salisb. as per pacificbulbsociety ?
May I have your views in the matter Pl.
Based on the characters I have identified it as Hymenocallis harrisiana, the tuber was gifted to me, it is the flowering.
Thanks, … But does not match with images at http://pacificbulbsociety.org/pbswiki/index.php/Hymenocallis
Also we have no identified posting in efi site so far on this.
After pursuing the species available in India as per details at Hymenocallis, closet I can go is Hymenocallis speciosa as per details below: