Clusterlily

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Hookera pauciflora (Torrey) Tidestrom 

The Desert Laboratory of the Carnegie Institution of Wtshington 
is located near Tucson, Arizona, high up on a small desert mountain 
notable for its profusion of cactuses and other strange plants which 
are able to exist with a minimum of water. Among the sun-baked 
rocks grow many clusterlilies, which are always attractive in their 
dainty beauty. Their bulbs, sunk deep in soil, enable the plant to live 
from one blooming season to another. 

The genus of the Lily Family to which clusterlily belongs contains 
many species restricted to Western North America, and occurring 
mainly in California, but the present species grows in Arizona and 
New Mexico. The technical name of this genus was given in honor 
of Sir William Jackson Hooker, one of the most eminent of English 
botanists.
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