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Brodiaea is a monocot genus of flowering plants in the family Asparagaceae, subfamily Brodiaeoideae, also known by the common name cluster-lilies.
Dichelostemma was once included as part of the genus Brodiaea.
The monophyly of Brodiaea as presently defined is not entirely certain.
The genus Brodiaea is named in his honour.
This is the only brodiaea that lacks staminodes.
A number of genera, including Brodiaea and Triteleia, are grown as ornamental plants.
Triteleia hyacinthina is a species of flowering plant known by the common names white brodiaea and fool's onion.
The following list of Brodiaea species is from Flora of North America.
Brodiaea species occur in the West Coast of the United States, especially northern California.
As currently circumscribed, the largest genera are Triteleia, with 15 species, and Brodiaea, with 14.
Rare plants such as the Indian Valley Brodiaea and Adobe lily grow here.
They are described as part of the Brodiaea, Dichelostemma or Triteleia genuses: there is no agreement on their botanical names.
Nine of the 12 genera are known in cultivation, but only species of Brodiaea and Triteleia are commonly grown.
In Northern California, Brodiaea elegans is one of the later blooming wildflowers, often seen in May.
Brodiaea minor (Benth.)
Notable plants in the area include sergeant cypress, white alder, leather oak, Jepson's navarretia, and Bridge's brodiaea.
Adonis amurensis, brodiaea, Chimonanthus praecox, crocus, Iris unguicularis, winter aconites.
In the spring, especially after wet winters, wildflowers proliferate, including the California poppy, the Mariposa lily, many forms of lupin and brodiaea.
Specimens of Brodiaea were first collected by Archibald Menzies, botanist to the Vancouver Expedition, in 1792.
One of them, the Indian Valley brodiaea (Brodiaea coronaria ssp.
Brodiaea coronaria is the type species of Brodiaea and also known by the common name crown brodiaea.
Brodiaea orcuttii is a species of flowering plant in the cluster-lily genus known by the common name Orcutt's brodiaea.
The genus was renamed by Smith a few years later, Brodiaea, after his wealthy "friend and patron", James Brodie of Brodie.
Mariposa tulip, Golden Brodiaea, common camas, squaw root, and Bolander's yampah provided edible bulbs and roots.
Chinese Camp brodiaea (Brodiaea pallida) grows near a low gradient drainage in soils that remain wet late into the growing season.
"Resurrection of Themidaceae for the Brodiaea alliance, and Recircumscription of Alliaceae, Amaryllidaceae and Agapanthoideae."
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