Series: "Wild flowers of Crete"
gagea graeca is distinguished from the other members of the gagea genus by its white, bell-shaped flower. It is a perennial with slender, wel-bent stems and dart-shaped leaves, most of them basal. The flowers are six part and with dark veining. Found in stony places and phrygana.
Image: Spili (Crete) - 08/04/2010
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