What is Ornithogalum thyrsoides
Ornithogalum thyrsoides (Scientific name: Ornithogalum thyrsoides) is a native South Africa and is a semi-cold resistant bulb plant of the family Asparagaceae. Pick out long lanceolate leaves directly from the bulbs. Early inflorescences extending from the center of the leaves from the flower stem have a long conical shape of about 10 cm. Flower color has white, yellow, orange, vermillion etc. Flowers bloom from bottom to top. The base of the petals is green. The genus name "Ornithogalum" means Latin (Ornitho (bird) + galum (milk) = bird's milk).
Mount Fuji (Scientific name: Ornithogalum thyrsoides 'Mount Fuji') is a garden cultivar of 'O. thyrsoides' and imported all year round from South Africa and the Netherlands. The plant height is about 40 cm.
Onisogaram has O. saundersiae, O. arabicum, Nutans, O. umbellatum, etc.
Common name: Ornisogaram sirisoides, Scientific name: Ornithogalum thyrsoides, Category name: Plantbound Angiosperms Monocotyledon Petidophyllaceae Owlana genus Onisogaram / Syloides species, Origin: South Africa, Living type: semi-cold-resistant bulbous plant, bulbs: thin Egg shaped bulb consisting of scales, plant height: 30 to 50 cm, leaf shape: long lanceolate shape, leaf length: 30 to 50 cm, inflorescence type: spiked inflorescence, inflorescence length: 10 cm, flower diameter: 3 to 4 cm flower color : White, Yellow, Orange, Vermillion, Corolla: 6 Regular flowers, Number of flower pieces: 6, Flowering season: March to May, Use: Cut flowers, gardening, potted plants, flower beds, remarks: Toxic plants.