P. Emodi, 6 to 12 in.
A. Emodi is dwarfer and hardier, its pale-red flowers with an orange throat being 2 inches long and held erect.
Emodi, from the Himalayas, a plant 6 to 12 inches high, with large leaves cut into wedge-shaped lobes, their whole surface a fine bronzy red in early spring.
It is not so handsome as Emodi, but will grow in drier places, and its glossy, wrinkled leaves, borne umbrella-like on a long bare stem, are distinct and interesting.
R. Emodi is a fine-leaved plant, for groups in the pleasure ground, but requiring good soil.
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