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|Acis tingintana (Baker) Lledó, A.P. Davis & M.B. Crespo, Pl. Syst. Evol. 246 (3-4): 241. (2004) |
Basionym: Leucojum tingintanum Baker, J. Linn. Soc., Bot. 16: 678. (1878)
Pretty heads of hanging starry white flowers Jan-Apr, 30cm. Best in dry shade under deciduous trees where it will get winter moisture and summer baking. Don't judge it for several years - finally it's magnificent. Source
This species is endemic to N of Morocco.
This photo is taken in Tetouan, (M) Morocco
Other Amaryllidaceae in my Personal web
“This plant is not cultivated, is not garden plant, is a wild plant.”
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really simple photo. Amazing colours. Great sharpness and composition.
Thanks for sharing,
beautiful picture with good details great sharpness and nice compo
Beautiful photo with interesting composition and good sharpness!
nice Acis, new for me, TFS Ori
Superb photo. Excellent composition, light and detail.
Another beautiful flower from the exciting flora of Morocco.
- [2012-05-16 3:47]
Wonderful art picture with precise exposure and refined reproduction of the flower petals and stem. Excellent use of flash light and nice composition. I like the curve of stem a lot. My kind regards and TFS.