ramburei, Pierre Edmond Boissier, 1838.
var. major, Boiss, 1845.
Scilla verna subsp.
ramburei, K. Richt. 1890.
Scilla verna var.
iberica, Maire, 1935.
Oncostema ramburei, F. Speta, 1987.
Oncostema beirana, Speta.
Oncostema odorata, Speta.
Scilla beirana, Samp.
Scilla odorata, Link.
Scilla ramburii subsp. beirana, Franco & Rocha
Tractema odorata, Speta.
Also seen as Tractema ramburÍi
This member of the
Hyacinthaceae family was
given this name by Franz Speta in 1998. It is found in Morocco,
Portugal and Spain, growing in a well
drained soil with some water and some to lots of sun. The bulbs
can grow to three and a half centimetre, the rather narrow leaves
from 12 to 30 or even up to 60 centimetres.
The genera name was introduced by
Constantine Samuel Rafinesque in Flora Telluriana 2: 57. 1836.
The species is named after Jules Pierre Rambur,1801-1870, a French
*)Accordantly to the latest taxonomic system; APG IV 2016, Hyacinthaceae
now part of
The flowers occurs in the