Sempervivum
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MONTANUM ssp. BURNATII (Wettstein ex Burnat) Hayek, 1922

Synonyms :

Sempervivum burnatii  Wettstein ex Burnat (1906) / Sempervivum montanum var. burnatii  (Wettstein ex Burnat) Praeger (1932)

Sempervivum montanum fa maximum  Gamisans (1971)

Distribution : South  of France (south-western Alps).

Description (according to 't Hart, Bleij & Zonneveld in IHSP, 2003) :

Rosettes 3 - 5 (-8) cm in diameter,stolons long, stout.

Leaves obovate-cuneate, entirely green, to 7 mm wide, with cilia 2x as long as the hairs of the pubescence and to 0.4 (-0.7) mm long.

Flowering branches to 20 (-40) cm.

Plants described as fa. maximum have somewhat larger rosettes (8 - 11 cm in diameter), slightly smaller leaves and flowering branches 20 - 27 cm tall.




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