Hemerocallis Species
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H. fulva var. oppositibracteata (Kong et Wang, 1996)

[Kong, H. et Wang, C.R., Guihaia, vol.16(#4), 1996, p.303-304, f.1]
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Inflorescence: Time: July-August
Flower: 8-10cm long (incl. tube), funnel shape, orange
Fragrance:  
Sepals: 0.6-1.0cm wide,
Petals: 0.8-1.5cm wide, with /\ shape colored throat mark
Tube: 2-3cm long
Pedicel: short
Fruit: reverse obovate, ripening period August-September
Seeds:  
Scape: 50-70cm high, branched towards its tip
Bracts: 1.8-2.4cm long, 0.5cm wide, lowest opposite in pairs, overlapping, needle shape
Leaves:   35-60cm long, 0.5-0.8cm wide
Roots:   string shape, somewhat fleshy, a few with spindle shape thickening at bottom
Remarks: Spreading:  
Growth:  
Sterility: diploid (2n=22)
Habitat: China (province Gansu place Kang Xian at Yangba, at elevation of 900m, on riverside
Common Names: Engl.:  
German:  
Japan.:  
others: differs from H. fulva by lowest bracts opposite in pairs, overlapping, small leaves

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