* Stem leafy, branching, shrub-like.
(102) Ruscus - leaves stiff", prickly, bearing the flowers on their upper reversed surface.
†† Fruit a capsule (dry). ‡ Flowers solitary, terminal.
(105) Tulipa - perianth-segments converging into a bell-shape, erect; segments not chequered, nor having honey-pores at the base; anthers erect, attached by their base.
†† Flowers umbellate. (100) Gagea - perianth-segments spreading; anthers erect; scape more or less leafy.
*** Stem leafless, the leaves all radical. † Fruit a berry (succulent.)
(107) Convallaria - perianth bell-shaped, with short recurved segments, deciduous; flowers racemose on a naked scape.
†† Fruit a capsule (dry). ‡ Perianth-segments combined throughout.
(108) Muscari - perianth globose or subcylindrical, contracted at the mouth, shortly six-toothed.
‡‡ Perianth-segments combined below.
(109) Hyacinthus - perianth tubular-bell-shaped, the segments reflexed at the extremity.
‡‡‡ Perianth-segments distinct, spreading.
(110) Seilla - perianth deciduous; filaments filiform.
(111) Ornithogalum - perianth persistent, withering; filaments (of three alternate stamens) dilated.
(112) Luzula - leaves flat, grass-like; capsule one-celled, with three seeds.
(113) Carex - flowers unisexual, the stamens and pistils under separate glumes; ovary enclosed in a little boat-shaped utricle, through the top of which the style protrudes.
* Inflorescence dense, spike-like, ovoid or cylindrical.
(114) Sesleria - spikelets two-flowered; pales (flowering glumes) without awns; stamens three.
(115) Anthoxanthum - spikelets one-flowered (i. e. one perfect flower, and two neuter ones consisting of empty pales) pales of the neuter flowers awned; stamens two.
** Inflorescence lax, spike-like, one-sided.
(116) Chamsegrostis - glumes two; pales membranous, awnless.
*** Inflorescence lax, panicled.
(117) Aira - spikelets two-flowered; pales awned, the awn scarcely protruding beyond the glumes.
(118) Poa - spikelets three- or more flowered; glumes shorter than the spikelets; pales awnless, keeled at the back.
*** The numbers in parentheses correspond with those in the foregoing list.