Asphodeline


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Asphodeline

 

a genus of plants of the lily family.

Asphodeline is generally a perennial grass with a leafy stem. The flowers are white or yellow and grow in dense racemes. There are about 20 species, found primarily in the Mediterranean region. In the USSR there are five species. Asphodeline lutea has long been cultivated as a decorative plant.

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