Botanical name: Pancratium longiflorum Family: Amaryllidaceae (Nargis family )
Synonyms: Pancratium cambayense
Long Flowered Spider Lily is a rare herb, mostly found growing wild. Leaves are narrow, about half an inch wide, long, arising from the base. The flowering stem is exceptionally short, about 3 cm, bearing only a single flower. The flower-tube is exceptionally long, 5-6 inch. The limb is about 3 inch long. Flowers are large for a Pancratium, about 4-5 inches across. They are white with a greenish yellow center. Petals are six, narrow, linear. Stamens are also six in number, and erect. The style is green, nearly equal to the limb. This plant can be grown as a house-plant in a pot.
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