flowers-03053 - 1938-lathyrus grandiflorus, Perennial Sweet-Pea [1947x3180]

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1938-lathyrus grandiflorus, Perennial Sweet-Pea - high resolution image from old book.

Size in pixels: 1947x3180
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lathyrus grandiflorus
ordo=Fabales
familia=Fabaceae
genus=Lathyrus
species=grandiflorus
binomial=Lathyrus grandiflorus
Category:Lathyrus grandiflorus
Lathyrus grandiflorus, two-flowered everlasting pea, is a species of flowering plant in the family Fabaceae, native to southern Europe. Growing to 2 m (6.6 ft) tall, it is a twining herbaceous perennial with grey-green leaves and, in late summer, bright, magenta-pink flowers, the central keel a darker red. Unlike its cousin, the annual sweet pea (L. odorata), it is unscented. Once established it is a robust plant with the ability to scramble into other shrubs and trees. It is very hardy, down to -20 -C (-4 -F), so is capable of surviving conditions in most temperate regions of the world. In the UK it has gained the Royal Horticultural Society-s Award of Garden Merit.

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Width in pixels 1947
Height in pixels 3180
source info Published before 1923.
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Curtis's botanical magazine v.44 (1816-1817) http://'vxb.opr'/i/14328
Author: Curtis, William,1746-1799, Bentham-Moxon Trust, Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, Stanley Smith Horticultural Trust, Curtis's botanical magazine dedications, 1827-1927 : portraits and biographical notes
Volume: v.44 (1816-1817)
Publisher: London , New York [etc.] : Academic Press [etc.]
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