Falmouth, Cornwall, EnglandRon A. Scamp, England, UK
Fl. 95mm wide; perianth segments 40mm long, broadly ovate, blunt, slightly mucronate, spreading, concave, with margins incurling, smooth and of membranaceous substance, overlapping half; the inner segments narrower, shouldered at base, less prominently mucronate; corona 10mm long, cup-shaped, angled, mouth expanded, ribbed, lightly frilled and irregularly lobed, with rim dentate. Slightly scented.
Named for a Cornish place.