What is Trumpet daffodils
Trumpet daffodils or Wild daffodil (scientific name:Narcissus pseudnarcissus) is a strain of the cold-resistant perennial plant (bulbous plant) "Daffodils (Narcissus, scientific name: Narcissus)" of the family Amaryllidaceae native to the Mediterranean coast. It was brought in the late Meiji period in Japan. In Wideband linear grayish-green leaf stems, the upright. Spring stem have fragrant flowers bloom only laugh sideways or downward. Petals in pale yellow Crown in the Middle has a yellow trumpet. Yellow Corolla with white petal or petals. Crown length is one greater than the length of the petals called Daffodil. Breeding is in the bulbs. Eat all grass, especially the bulbs are poisonous and dangerous.
Common names: Trumpet daffodils, scientific name:Narcissus psudonarcissus, aka: Wild daffodil, Trumpt narcissus, , Lent lily, height: 30-40 cm, yellow Crown , leaves: alternate, leaf shape: broadband linear, inflorescences shape: Crest fresh , flower: petals pale yellow trumpet, pistil: 1 book, stamens: six, flowering time: March-April, flower size: 3-6 cm.
Leaf shape: wide linear, inflorescence shape: 1 flower aped, Flower color: petals are light yellow, crown is yellow trumpet type, Pistil: 1, stamens: 6, flowering period: March to April, flower diameter: 3 to 6 cm.