Eastern Mojave Vegetation Cerinthe major L. in Bormujos (Sevilla), Spain  
 

 

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  <I>Cerinthe major</I> L. in Bormujos (Sevilla), Spain
Typically the species is described as having yellow flowers (Polunin and Smythies, 1973). However, the plants in Bormujos had purplish flowers. There is a cultivar typically called C. major 'Purpurescens' that is commonly found on the Internet, or possibly a variety C. major var. purpurescens Boiss. which is described as having purple flowers, bracts and foliage (Polunin and Huxley, 1966). IPNI (http://www.ipni.org/) does not list var. purpurescens as being published and therefore it may be that 'Purpurescens' is simply a cultivar.

Photograph taken February 15, 2004.

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