What is Ipheion sellowianum
False yellow crocus , scientific name:Ipheion sellowianum, is native to South America, including Uruguay, is a perennial bulbs of the Ipheion genus ,of the department Amaryllidaceae. The leaves are linear, such as Leek. The leaves and bulb onion smell. Spring, stretched thin flower stalk from between the leaves, yellow flowers bloom at the tip. Flower is funnel-shaped at the base, opens to a star-shaped tip. Is similar to the yellow flowers of Crocus as it is also called, is called the false yellow crocus. Crocus is a shorter leaves and thin. Hanania blooms white flower (flower leek, scientific name:Ipheion uniflorum) is common.
Common name: False yellow crocus, scientific name:Ipheion sellowianum sellowianum synonym:Tristagma, Brodiaea uniflora, aka:Ipheion sellowianum (ipheion, selowianam), false yellow crocus, flower scallion, Ipheion sellowianum, Kibana-no-hananila, flower scallion, category: Plantae Angiosperm gate Monocots rope kidikaxi eyes Lycoris hanania genus kibanachnanila species, Origin: Uruguay, South America, life: bulbs and perennials, plant height: 10-20 cm, leaf color: green, leaf length: 10-15 cm, leaf shape: narrow-linear, petals number: 6 pieces in the perianth: 3, outside perianth, 3, flower: March-April, fruit: Saku fruit and flower color: yellow size: 5 cm, Derived from the scientific name: IFA on genus (genus ipheion uniflorum) fellow in the plants of Germany scholar F.Sellow said the honour was.