Sempervivum
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MONTANUM ssp. STIRIACUM (Wettstein ex Hayek) Hayek, 1922

Synonyms:

Sempervivum stiriacum  Wettstein ex Hayek (1909) / Sempervivum montanum var. stiriacum  (Wettstein ex Hayek) Praeger (1932) 

Sempervivum braunii  Funck ex Koch (1835) / Sempervivum stiriacum var. braunii  (Funck ex Koch) Wettstein ex Hayek (1909) / Sempervivum montanum var. braunii  (Funck ex Koch) Wettstein ex Hayek (1922) / Sempervivum montanum fa. braunii  (Funck ex Koch) Praeger (1932)

Sempervivum wulfenii  Bertolini (1842)

Sempervivum funckii  Maly (1868)

Sempervivum montanum  Maly (1868) 

Distribution : Western Austria (Steiermark).

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

Rosettes more open, 2 - 5 cm in diameter; stolons short.

Leaves oblanceolate, distinctly acuminate, ± 3 mm broad, tip dark red, cilia shorter than the hairs of the pubescence.

Flowering branches to 18 cm.

FIowers to 5 cm in diameter, often deeper purplish, with faint fragrance, petals 16 – 20 mm.

Cytology : 2n = 84




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