Disporum viridescens (Cultivated- USA)

Disporum viridescens (Maxim.) Nakai, J. Coll. Sci. Imp. Univ. Tokyo 31: 246 1911. (syn: Disporum smilacinum var. viridescens (Maxim.) Maxim.; Prosartes viridescens (Maxim.) Regel; Uvularia viridescens Maxim.);

Russian Far East to Korea, N. & C. Japan as per WCSP;
 
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Disporum viridescens (Maximowicz) Nakai 
Rhizomatous perennial herb with branched stems, ovate-oblong leaves and 1-2 flowered inflorescence, tepals greenish-white.
Clicked from University of California Botanical Garden, April 22, 2019

 


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