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Paradisea

Cladus: Eukaryota
Regnum: Plantae
Divisio: Magnoliophyta
Classis: Liliopsida
Subclassis: Liliidae
Ordo: Asparagales
Familia: Agavaceae
Genus: Paradisea
Species: P. liliastrum - P. lusitanica

Name

Paradisea Mazzuc., Viaggio Bot. Alp. Giulie 27. 1811.

Synonyms

* Allobrogia Tratt., Fl. Austriac. ii. 71. 1792
* Czackia Andrz., Diss. (1818); Spreng. Syst. ii. 90.
* Hyperogyne Salisb., Gen. Pl. (Salisbury) 81. 1866
* Liliastrum Link, Handbuch (Link) i. 173. 1829. nom. illeg.
* Pleisolirion Raf., Fl. Tellur. ii. 28. 1836.

Published taxa

* Paradisea bulbuliferum Lingelsh.
* Paradisea hemeroanthericoides H. Mazzucato
* Paradisea liliastrum Bertol.
* Paradisea liliastrum var. lusitanica Cout.,
* Paradisea lusitanica (Cout.) Samp.
* Paradisea minor C.H.Wright
* Paradisea stenantha (Ravenna) Ravenna

References

* Tropicos.org. Missouri Botanical Garden. 04 Mar 2009 [1].
* International Plant Names Index (IPNI). 2009 Mar 04 [2].

Paradisea is a genus of flowering plants, formerly classified in the family Liliaceae or Anthericaceae but now placed in Agavaceae. The genus includes several species which were formerly classed as part of the genus Anthericum.[1]

* Paradisea liliastrum (St Bruno's Lily) is a graceful alpine meadow plant.[1] Can be propagated by division of the roots in autumn. Grows to 90 cm (3 feet) high in good soil and is a suitable border plant. Replant when dormant. Increased by division and seeds.
* Paradisea lusitanica


References

1. ^ a b PBSWiki - Paradisea

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