- Flower nameGlory-of-the-snow
- Scientific nameChionodoxa
- Aliasユキゲユリ, シラー・ルシリエ ‘ブルー・ジャイアント’, Glory of the snow, 雪解百合, Chionodoxa
- Place of originIsland of Crete
- Place of floweringGarden
- Flowering seasonMarch, April
What is Glory-of-the-snow
Glory-of-the-snow, scientific name:Chionodoxa , is annual bulbous plant of theAsparagaceae Department of the Chionodoxa genus native to Crete Island. From linear leaves, 2-3 root occurs. In the spring from the stem tip racemes the bloom flower number ring. Flowers is a sinkhole, has 6 crack tip. Flower colors include pink, white, and blue-violet. Sardensis (C. sardensis Drude) are bright blue circle flower is in the star. Lucilia (C. luciliae Boiss) the blue flower resembling sardensis native to Crete Island with pure white flowers Central. Gigantea (C.Whittall gigantea) are large flowers.
Common name: Glory-of-the-snow, scientific name:Chionodoxa, also known as: Chionodoxa, origin: Crete, environment: (sub) Alpine, Life: 1 year of bulbous plants, height: 10-20 cm, with leaves: alternate, leaf shape: linear wall thickness, sawtooth: all edges, leaf length: 8 cm, leaf width: 1 cm, asymmetric flower, inflorescences form: raceme, Corolla: sinkhole in Tip 6 crack, calyx: short, flower stem length: 10-15 cm, Attitude of the flower size:1.5~2cm, color: blue, white, pink, flowers: 3-6 wheels, flowering period: from March to April, bulb diameter: 4 cm.