A monocot family within the order Liliales. This family is divided by some botanists into other families such as Convallariaceae, Hyacinthaceae and Amaryllidaceae. Amaryllidaceae, which have inferior ovaries, includes CRINUM; GALANTHUS; LYCORIS; and NARCISSUS and are known for AMARYLLIDACEAE ALKALOIDS.
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Supplementary report on experimental autumn crocus (Colchicum autumnale L.) poisoning in cattle: morphological evidence of apoptosis. (1/9)Previously we reported that tissue destruction characterized by the presence of karyopyknotic, karyorrhectic and mitotically arrested cells was seen in alimentary epithelial cells and lymphocytes in the lymphoid and hemopoietic systems of cattle experimentally administered with autumn crocus (Colchicum autumnale L.). This report deals with the mechanism of acute cellular injury following experimental autumn crocus poisoning in cattle as demonstrated by the in situ DNA strand break analysis and electron microscopy. The analyses revealed that cellular injury caused by autumn crocus was closely associated with apoptosis. (+info)
Comparison of enterotoxicity between autumn crocus (Colchicum autumnale L.) and colchicine in the guinea pig and mouse : enterotoxicity in the guinea pig differs from that in the mouse. (2/9)Autumn crocus poisoning of cattle is characterized by severe diarrhea caused by alkaloid colchicine. Previously, we examined pathologically this poisoning in cattle and reported that enterotoxic lesions were closely associated with apoptosis. To examine enterotoxicity of autumn crocus more precisely, a reproductive study was performed using guinea pigs and mice, and pathological findings associated with autumn crocus poisoning were compared with those of colchicine. Each group of guinea pigs given the bulb of autumn crocus or colchicine exhibited severe diarrhea. Histopathological findings in intoxicated guinea pigs were entirely consistent with those in the autumn crocus-poisoned cattle. In contrast, each group of mice administered with the bulb or colchicine did not develop diarrhea. Our results confirmed that the toxicity of autumn crocus bulb is attributable to the toxicity of ingredient colchicine, and revealed that the guinea pig has high reproducibility of autumn crocus poisoning in cattle and colchicine poisoning in humans. It has been reported that the physiological mechanism of the apoptotic process for eliminating the enterocytes in the mouse and rat differs from that of the guinea pig, monkey, cattle and horse. Taking the observation that the former animals do not develop diarrhea, whereas the latter animals do so in the autumn crocus or colchicine poisoning into consideration, it would seem that the species-difference in enterotoxicity of autumn crocus may be closely associated with the physiological mechanism of eliminating the effete enterocytes. (+info)
Accidental plant poisoning with Colchicum autumnale: report of two cases. (3/9)Colchicine poisoning is a rare but serious and potentially fatal event, which results from food poisoning or overdose with drugs containing colchicine, with no currently available antidote. We report two cases of plant poisoning with Colchicum autumnale, in which the patients had identical initial symptoms but developed extremely different clinical courses. One patient recovered after only moderate gastroenteritis and liver injury, whereas the other died of rapid progressive multiple organ failure 52 h after the plant ingestion. We recommend that all patients suspected of colchicine intoxication due to its unpredictable outcome should be managed according to the principles of intensive care, irrespective of the actual degree of poisoning. (+info)
Case report: fatal poisoning with Colchicum autumnale. (4/9)INTRODUCTION: Colchicum autumnale, commonly known as the autumn crocus, contains alkaloid colchicine with antimitotic properties. CASE REPORT: A 76-year-old man with a history of alcoholic liver disease and renal insufficiency, who mistakenly ingested Colchicum autumnale instead of wild garlic (Aliium ursinum), presented with nausea, vomiting and diarrhea 12 hours after ingestion. On admission the patient had laboratory signs of dehydration. On the second day the patient became somnolent and developed respiratory insufficiency. The echocardiogram showed heart dilatation with diffuse hypokinesia with positive troponin I. The respiratory insufficiency was further deteriorated by pneumonia, confirmed by chest X-ray and later on by autopsy. Laboratory tests also revealed rhabdomyolysis, coagulopathy and deterioration of renal function and hepatic function. The toxicological analysis disclosed colchicine in the patient's urine (6 microgram/l) and serum (9 microgram/l) on the second day. Therapy was supportive with hydration, vasopressors, mechanical ventilation and antibiotics. On the third day the patient died due to asystolic cardiac arrest. DISCUSSION AND CONCLUSION: Colchicine poisoning should be considered in patients with gastroenterocolitis after a meal of wild plants. Management includes only intensive support therapy. A more severe clinical presentation should be expected in patients with pre-existing liver and renal diseases. The main reasons for death are cardiovascular collapse, respiratory failure and leukopenia with infection. (+info)
A fatal case of autumn crocus (Colchicum autumnale) poisoning in a heifer: confirmation by mass-spectrometric colchicine detection. (5/9)A heifer developed severe signs of acute gastrointestinal irritation 48 hr after ingesting fresh leaves of Colchicum autumnale growing on a damp meadow. Confirmation of the suspected toxicosis was obtained by detecting colchicine in serum and urine using liquid chromatography coupled with tandem mass spectrometry using atmospheric pressure chemical ionization. Although the serum colchicine concentration had declined to an apparently nontoxic level of 2.4 ng/ml, a more prominent concentration (640 ng/ml) indicative of colchicine poisoning was detected in the urine. This finding is consistent with the known toxicokinetic properties of colchicine, whereby a large volume of distribution results in low circulating blood concentrations and prolonged urinary excretion. (+info)
'Arthritis' in Byzantium (AD 324-1453): unknown information from non-medical literary sources. (6/9)OBJECTIVE--To compile and analyse information contained in non-medical texts of the Byzantine historians and chroniclers concerning arthritis, and to clarify the first use of Colchicum autumnale in the treatment of gout by the fifth century physician, Jacob Psychristus. CONCLUSIONS--This material gives an indication of the problem of arthritis and, in particular, a disease resembling gout that tyrannised a great number of the population in the Byzantine Empire (AD 324-1453). Contemporary historians and chroniclers maintain that the main causes of gout ('podagra') were the over-consumption of alcoholic drinks and food. Most relevant texts include anxiety and heredity among the aetiological factors of the disease. The incidence of this group of diseases among the Byzantine Emperors (it is certain that 14 of a total of 86 had a form of arthritis) and other officials of the State indicates that these diseases were a possible factor in certain political and military difficulties of the Empire. (+info)
Purification and characterization of the alpha-1,3-mannosylmannose-recognizing lectin of Crocus vernus bulbs. (7/9)A unique mannose-binding lectin, highly specific for terminal Man(alpha1,3)Man groups, was isolated from bulbs of crocus (Crocus vernus All.). The lectin failed to bind to a mannose affinity column and was purified by simple gel permeation chromatography (Sephacryl S200). The purified lectin, obtained in crystalline form, had a molecular mass of 44 kDa on gel filtration and showed a single peptide band with a molecular mass of 11 kDa on SDS-polyacrylamide gel electrophoresis, indicating it to be a tetrameric protein composed of four identical subunits. The N-terminal amino acid sequence analysis of the crocus lectin showed essentially no homology with that of other mannose-binding bulb lectins. The crocus lectin selectively interacted with the wild type Saccharomyces cerevisiae and other mannans carrying terminal Man(alpha1,3)Man but not with those lacking this disaccharide unit. In hapten inhibition studies, methyl alpha-mannopyranoside did not inhibit the mannan-lectin interaction. Of various alpha-mannooligosaccharides, those having the Man(alpha1,3)Man sequence showed the highest inhibitory potency, confirming the strict requirement of lectin for terminal alpha1,3-linked mannosylmannose units. An affinity column of immobilized lectin enabled the complete resolution of yeast mannan and glycogen. The immobilized lectin may provide a useful tool for purification and analysis of biologically important polysaccharides and glycoproteins. (+info)
Histopathological study of experimental acute poisoning of cattle by autumn crocus (Colchicum autumnale L.). (8/9)Crude or dehydrated bulbs of autumn crocus (Colchicum autumnale L.) were fed to eleven calves. All the calves developed severe diarrhea and died or euthanized within 63 hr. At necropsy, the gastro-intestinal mucosa was edematous and hemorrhagic. Histologically, necrosis and degeneration with karyopyknosis and karyorrhexis were shown in the basal cell layer of the tongue, esophagus, forestomach, renal pelvis, urinary bladder, neck cell layer of the abomasal gastric glands, and intestinal cryps. These findings were also seen in Kupffer cells, renal tubular epithelial cells, and lymphocytes in the lymphoid and hemopoietic systems. The lesion of the present acute crocus poisoning of cattle closely resembled those reported in humans with colchicine intoxication. Refined acetone extract of organs of poisoned cattle proved to contain colchicine and demecolcine by high performance liquid chromatography. (+info)
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... Brian Laurence Burtt. 1951. Kew Bulletin 5(3): 433, Colchicum macrophyllum Pampanini, Renato. 1926. ... Colchicum macrophyllum has large, funnel-shaped flowers in the fall with much tessellation throughout the bloom. The colour is ... 2, 33: 24, Colchicum latifolium var. longistylum Autumn Bulbs by Roy Leeds (B.T. Batsford Ltd) 2006 ISBN 0-7134-8962-6 Images ( ... The leaves that it produces in the spring are large, up to 16" (40 cm) long, among the largest of all colchicum species. This ...
... Planchon, Jules Émile. 1855. Annales des Sciences Naturelles; Botanique sér. 4, 4: 145, Colchicum balansae ... Colchicum balansae is a variable species producing white to rosy-purple flowers in fall. The flowers are borne low to the ... Colchicum, Flora of Greece, Flora of Turkey, Garden plants, Plants described in 1855, All stub articles, Liliales stubs). ...
2, 4: 122, Colchicum parnassicum Kew World Checklist of Selected Plant Families, Colchicum parnassicum Stefanoff, Boris. 1926. ... Nauk 22: 71, Colchicum lingulatum var. parnassicum Autumn Bulbs by Roy Leeds (B.T. Batsford Ltd) 2006 ISBN 0-7134-8962-6 v t e ... Colchicum parnassicum is a plant species endemic to the Sterea Ellada region of central Greece. It is closely related to ... Colchicum, Plants described in 1859, Flora of Greece, All stub articles, Liliales stubs). ...
Kew World Checklist of Selected Plant Families, Colchicum kotschyi "Colchicum kotschyi Boiss". Plants of the World Online. The ... Colchicum kotschyi is a species of flowering plant in the Colchicaceae family. It is native to Iran, Iraq and Turkey. It blooms ... Colchicum, Flora of Iraq, Flora of Iran, Flora of Turkey, Garden plants, Plants described in 1854, Taxa named by Pierre Edmond ... relatively early for an autumn flowering colchicum, as early as August. The flowers open to a pink-purple colour, but white ...
... is a plant species native to western Turkey and to the Greek island of Rhodes (although possibly extinct ... Notes from the Royal Botanic Garden, Edinburgh 41(1): 49, Colchicum baytopiorum Kew World Checklist of Selected Plant Families ... Colchicum baytopiorum Autumn Bulbs by Roy Leeds (B.T. Batsford Ltd) 2006 ISBN 0-7134-8962-6 Ozhatay,N (2002). "Diversity of ... Colchicum, Flora of Turkey, Flora of Greece, Rhodes, Plants described in 1983, All stub articles, Liliales stubs). ...
... is a species of perennial flowering plant in the family Colchicaceae that is easily identified by its up to ... Colchicum, Plants described in 1822, Flora of Crete, Flora of Greece, Flora of Cyprus, All stub articles, Liliales stubs). ...
34, Colchicum cilicicum Autumn Bulbs by Roy Leeds (B.T. Batsford Ltd) 2006 ISBN 0-7134-8962-6 "RHS Plantfinder - Colchicum ... "Colchicum cilicicum 'Purpureum'". RHS. Retrieved 12 April 2020. Wikimedia Commons has media related to Colchicum cilicicum. v t ... Kew World Checklist of Selected Plant Families, Colchicum cilicicum "Colchicum cilicicum (Boiss.) Dammer". Plants of the World ... Colchicum cilicicum, by contrast, is toxic if eaten. This species is native to Turkey and Syria. It is found in cultivation, ...
Species Plantarum 1: 341, Colchicum autumnale Kew World Checklist of Selected Plant Families, Colchicum autumnale BSBI List ... Glasnik prirodnaučkog museja u Beogradu, Serija B, Bioloake nauke Nauke 32: 8. Colchicum autumnale "RHS Plantfinder - Colchicum ... Colchicum plants are deadly poisonous due to their colchicine content and have been mistaken by foragers for ramsons, which ... Colchicum autumnale, commonly known as autumn crocus, meadow saffron, or naked ladies, is a toxic autumn-blooming flowering ...
... was first described by Kunth in 1843. The specific epithet stevenii honours Christian von Steven, author of ... Colchicum stevenii, or Steven's meadow saffron, is a species of flowering plant in the family Colchicaceae. Hebrew: סתוונית ... "Colchicum stevenii Kunth", Plants of the World Online, Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, retrieved 2020-11-14 Mustapha Nehmeh, Wild ... Colchicum species contain colchicine, a substance capable of doubling the chromosome numbers of young dividing cells thus ...
Wikimedia Commons has media related to Cyclamen colchicum. Wikispecies has information related to Cyclamen colchicum. Cyclamen ... Cyclamen colchicum is a perennial growing from a tuber, native to densely shaded areas among rocks or tree roots in woodland on ... Cyclamen colchicum) IPNI Listing Kew Plant List v t e (Articles with short description, Short description is different from ...
Colchicum boisseri is a plant species in the genus Colchicum (the autumn crocuses) native to southern Greece and south-western ... Leipzig 80:433, Colchicum pinatziorum Autumn Bulbs by Roy Leeds (B.T. Batsford Ltd) 2006 ISBN 0-7134-8962-6 Wikimedia Commons ... Kew World Checklist of Selected Plant Families, Colchicum boissieri Rechinger, Karl Heinz. 1961. Botanische Jahrbücher für ... Colchicum, Flora of Greece, Plants described in 1876, Garden plants, All stub articles, Liliales stubs). ...
... is a large-flowering plant species native to Turkey. The flowers are very pale pink and heavily tessellated ... New Plantsman 5(1): 15, Colchicum davisii Autumn Bulbs by Roy Leeds (B.T. Batsford Ltd) 2006 ISBN 0-7134-8962-6 Wikimedia ... Kew World Checklist of Selected Plant Families, Colchicum davisii Christopher David Brickell. 1998. ... Colchicum, Flora of Turkey, Garden plants, Plants described in 1998, All stub articles, Liliales stubs). ...
Colchicum × agrippinum
... is considered one of the easiest species of the genus Colchicum to grow. It is moderately tall, up to 6 ... Colchicum × agrippinum is a species of flowering plant in the family Colchicaceae. It is considered to be a hybrid between C. ... Like other colchicums, it flowers in late summer or autumn long before the strap-shaped leaves, which appear in spring. The ... These traits help to identify it from other colchicums. This plant has gained the Royal Horticultural Society's Award of Garden ...
... rather than tight clumps like Colchicum speciosum or Colchicum autumnale. "Colchicum psaridis Heldr. ex Halácsy - The Plant ... Colchicum zahnii is a species of plant in the genus Colchicum native to southern Greece. It blooms in mid-autumn from ... The leaves are produced at flowering time and usually number 2 to 3. This species is similar to Colchicum boissieri in that the ... Colchicum, Plants described in 1904, All stub articles, Liliales stubs). ...
The species is very similar to Colchicum pusillum. Kew World Checklist of Selected Plant Families, Colchicum parlatoris Autumn ... Colchicum parlatoris is a small species of flowering plant native to Greece. It has dark-purple pink flowers on short stems ... Atti del congresso internazionale botanico tenuto in Firenze nel mese di maggio 1874 82, Colchicum parlatoris v t e (Articles ... with short description, Short description is different from Wikidata, Articles with 'species' microformats, Colchicum, Plants ...
Corm with flower bud Colchicum alpinum in Les Grandes Rousses (Oisans) Colchicum alpinum in a collector garden Leaves in the ... Colchicum alpinum, the alpine autumn crocus, is a corm-forming perennial with pale, delicate rosy-purple flowers, similar to C ... Troisième Édition 3: 195, Colchicum alpinum Autumn Bulbs by Roy Leeds (B.T. Batsford Ltd) 2006 ISBN 0-7134-8962-6 v t e ( ... Colchicum, Flora of Italy, Flora of France, Flora of Switzerland, Flora of Sicily, Garden plants, Plants described in 1805, All ...
... is a small flowered Colchicum which has blooms that open pink and then turn to a darker shade of red- ... There are mentions to a Colchicum autumnale var. atropurpureum prior to the description of Colchicum atropurpureum, but it is ... Colchicum atropurpureum was described in 1934 by William Stearn, based on a name proposed by Otto Stapf for plants cultivated ... Due to the uncertainty surrounding the name, it has been proposed to consider it a cultivar, Colchicum 'Atropurpureum'. Autumn ...
Two subspecies are recognized: Colchicum lingulatum subsp. lingulatum - Greece and Turkey Colchicum lingulatum subsp. rigescens ... Diagnoses Plantarum Orientalium Novarum 5: 66, Colchicum lingulatum Karin Persson. 1998. Candollea 53: 411, Colchicum ... Colchicum lingulatum blooms in early fall, with 3-4 cm (1" to 1.5") flowers of pink with widely spaced petals. The stamens are ... Colchicum lingulatum is a species of flowering plant in the Colchicaceae family. It is native to north-western Turkey and to ...
Colchicum × byzantinum
The specific epithet byzantinum means "from Byzantium" (now Istanbul). Colchicum laetum "Colchicum × byzantinum Ker Gawl". ... Colchicum × byzantinum, the Byzantine meadow saffron, is a species of flowering plant in the family Colchicaceae with a long ... It shares many traits with Colchicum cilicicum. The flowers, which appear in autumn, have no scent and are light pink with a ... Autumn Bulbs by Roy Leeds (B.T. Batsford Ltd) 2006 ISBN 0-7134-8962-6 "RHS Plantfinder - Colchicum byzantinum". Retrieved 12 ...
... is a species of flowering plant in the family Colchicaceae, native to southwest Europe and northwestern ... "Colchicum lusitanum Baker". Plants of the World Online. Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew. Retrieved 20 August 2022. Grey-Wilson, ... Colchicum, Flora of Portugal, Flora of Spain, Flora of Italy, Flora of Morocco, Flora of Tunisia, All stub articles, Liliales ... Christopher; Leeds, Rod; Rolfe, Robert (2020). Colchicum - The Complete Guide. Glasgow: Royal Horticultural Society. p. 150. ...
Two subspecies are recognized: Colchicum cupanii subsp. cupanii Colchicum cupanii subsp. glossophyllum (Heldr.) Rouy - Greece, ... Colchicum cupanii is quite variable. Some specimens have flowers that open completely to a star shape, while others remain cup- ... Colchicum cupanii is a widespread species of flowering plant in the family Colchicaceae, known as the Mediterranean meadow ... Florae Siculae Prodromus 1: 452, Colchicum cupani v t e (Articles with short description, Short description matches Wikidata, ...
... is a species of Colchicum found in south east Russia through to the Caucasus. A plant known in cultivation as ... 743, Colchicum × byzantinum var. laetum v t e (Articles with short description, Short description is different from Wikidata, ... "Colchicum laetum", World Checklist of Selected Plant Families, Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, retrieved 2012-09-11 Steven, ... Nouveau Mémoires de la Société Impériale des Naturalistes de Moscou 7: 262, t. 18, Colchicum laetum Leeds, Roy (2006), Autumn ...
... is a species of flowering plant in the family Colchicaceae. It is native to Turkey with nearly white ... "Colchicum micranthum Boiss". Plants of the World Online. The Trustees of the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew. n.d. Retrieved ... "Colchicum micranthum Boiss". World Flora Online. The World Flora Online Consortium. n.d. Retrieved September 4, 2020. " ... Colchicum, Plants described in 1882, Flora of Turkey, Taxa named by Pierre Edmond Boissier, All stub articles, Liliales stubs) ...
... , the yellow colchicum, is a species of flowering plant in the family Colchicaceae, native to Central Asia, ... "Yellow Colchicum". flowersofindia.net. Flowers of India. 2022. Retrieved 9 February 2022. "Colchicum luteum 'Golden Baby'". The ... "Colchicum luteum 'Vahsh'". The Royal Horticultural Society. 2022. Retrieved 9 February 2022. v t e (Articles with short ... "Colchicum luteum Baker". Plants of the World Online. Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew. Retrieved 9 February 2022. " ...
Kew Checklist of Selected Plant Families, Colchicum corsicum "Colchicum corsicum Baker". Plants of the World Online. The ... Colchicum corsicum is a species of flowering plant in the Colchicaceae family. It is native to the islands of Corsica and ... Colchicum corsicum is a perennial growing from an underground corm. Some individuals have pink flowers, others white, the two ... Juillet, N. (2011). "Colchicum corsicum". IUCN Red List of Threatened Species. 2011: e.T161885A5508819. doi:10.2305/IUCN.UK. ...
... is a plant of sand and loess soils in desert and shrub-steppes . Colchicum ritchii is found from Tunisia in ... Wild Flowers of Israel, Colchicum ritchii Bulb Society Gallery of the World's Bulbs, Colchicum ritchii Flora of Israel Online, ... Kew World Checklist of Selected Plant Families, Colchicum ritchii "Colchicum ritchii R.Br". Flora of Israel Online. Prof. ... Colchicum ritchii grows from a corm which is oval measuring 2-3.5 cm across, and covered with a loose brown skin. The leaves, ...
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During 2009 the movements of the horses were observed, in order to protect them from being attacked by people who did everything possible to keep them out of their pastures and meadows. In winter 2009 they were gathered and kept in a large enclosure just below Bisbino, and in May 2010 they were moved to the Italian side of Monte Generoso, where there are vast and plentiful pastures. This was the first famous transhumance, which brought hundreds of Swiss and Italian volunteers together, driven by the desire to save these wonderful animals. Since then the 25 Bisbino horses have belonged to an association that bears their name and counts 200 members.. The town of Lanzo dIntelvi has provided a large plot of land for free, where the horses spend the winter months and where they are looked after and fed by volunteers. In the spring, the horses are taken to the high pastures and remain there until late autumn.. During the summer, descending from Generoso or ascending from Orimento, you may encounter ...
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- Colchicum Autumnale is a homeopathic dilution that relieves indigestion with nausea, sensitivity to odors. (boironusa.com)
- Extra Neutral Alcohol (ENA), the most expensive and purest form of alcohol used in Schwabe India's LM potencies of Colchicum autumnale, and high quality globules make them superior to others sold on the market. (onlyhomeopathy.com)
- Azpelarra ( Colchicum autumnale ) Colchicaceae familiako lorea da. (wikipedia.org)
- Not to be confused with another common and popular autumn crocus, Colchicum autumnale , while similar in appearance is not edible and considered highly toxic. (almanac.com)
- Colchicine is derived from the meadow saffron or autumn crocus plant (Colchicum autumnale), which is locally abundant in meadows throughout most of Europe and has become naturalized in parts of North America. (cdc.gov)
- Las raíces (tallos bulbosos) de Colchicum autumnale, azafrán de otoño o de campiña, produce COLCHICINA, que se emplea como herramienta bioquímica y para tratar la gota. (bvsalud.org)
- The roots (corms) of Colchicum autumnale, the fall crocus or meadow saffron, yield COLCHICINE, which is used as a biochemical tool and to treat gout. (bvsalud.org)
- Colchicum autumnale L. is the source of COLCHICINE. (bvsalud.org)
- Although Colchicum is not a true crocus, it is referred to as "Autumn Crocus", due to its large, showy, crocus-like flowers that are produced in late autumn. (heydensgardens.com)
- During the late days of summer and throughout fall, colchicums(autumn crocus if you'd like, but they're 100% not crocus relatives) bring color to the fading garden. (katob427.com)
- Good thing for colchicums and all those other autumn goodies, they sure make up for a less than complete daylily farm! (katob427.com)
- The colchicums kicked off autumn and now hardy cyclamen and autumn flowering crocus and chrysanthemums are making it into a party. (katob427.com)
- A colchicum speciosum which came as 'bornmuellerii' but might not be. (katob427.com)
- Colchicum bulbs are much larger than crocus bulbs and each large bulb produces a cluster of blooms. (heydensgardens.com)
- Two such fall blooming bulbs are Lycoris and Colchicum. (heydensgardens.com)
- Colchicine is an alkaloid obtained from various species of Colchicum. (nih.gov)
- I've posted plenty on colchicums in the past, so won't bore you with too many details, but these bulbs will sprout their hosta-like foliage in the spring, die back for the summer, and then erupt with fresh flowers in the fall just when everything else was starting to look tired. (katob427.com)
- Hardy, fall-flowering bulbs such as colchicum are planted in August. (umd.edu)
- Quality unit: An organisational unit, independent of the colchicum dispert pharmaceutical industry. (naplesforumonservice.it)
- Use of colchicine continued over centuries and Colchicum corms were used by Avicenna, the famous Persian physician, and were recommended by Ambroise Paré in the 16th century. (medscape.com)
- [ 1 , 2 ] ,1w Colchicum extract was first described as a treatment for acute gout by Pedanius Dioscorides in De Materia Medica (first century AD). (medscape.com)