Request for ID – 260310SC1

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shobha chavda

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Mar 26, 2010, 7:41:11 AM3/26/10
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Dear All,

Posting a photo for Id.

 

Request for ID –  260310SC1

Date / Time – 18 th Jan. 2010 / 10.00am

Location – Place /Altitude / GPS –  Hakgala Botanical Garden,Sri Lanka. About 5000- 6000ft.above sea-level

Habitat – Garden/ Urban/ Wild / Type – Garden

Plant Habit – Tree/Shrub / Climber /Herb – A small herb

Height /Length – About 2 ft.

Leaves Type / Shape / Size – As seen in photo

Inflorescence Type /Size –

Flowers Size /Colour /Calyx – Pinkish red corolla

Fruits Type /Shape /Size / Seeds – 

Other Information like Fragrance,Pollinator,Uses etc –

 

Thanx,

Shobha

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tanay bose

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Mar 26, 2010, 9:18:56 AM3/26/10
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Dear Shobha Ji,
The plant in the attached photo is a monocot plant which can be said from the parallel venation of the leaves. Common name of this plant is Princess Lily it was named after Princess Diana its a hybrid plant hence its scientific name is Alstroemeria 'Princess Grace' .Alstroemerias commonly known as "Peruvian Lily" or the "Lilies of the Incas" are all native to South America, mostly Chile and Brazil belonging to the family Alstromeriaceae. There are about 50 species and they are all in the  family. Read a bit about this plant from wikipedia in the attached link...
 
Regards
Tanay

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Kenneth Greby

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Mar 26, 2010, 11:20:42 AM3/26/10
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This is an Alstroemeria hybrid (Peruvian Lily) (Liliaceae). Exact parentage is probably impossible to determine. They are common garden and cut flower plants here in California, USA.

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Ken.



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