- Flower nameLeucocoryne ixioides
- Scientific nameLeucocoryne ixioides
- Aliasレウココリネ イクシオイデス, leucocoryne ixioides
- Place of originAndes Mountains of Chile
- Place of floweringHigh mountain, Cut flowers, flower arrangement, Sub-alpine, Specific area
- Flowering seasonMarch, April, May
What is Leucocoryne ixioides
Leucocoryne ixioides (scientific name: leucocoryne ixioides) is a perennial herb (bulbous plant) in the family Amaryllidaceae, which is native to the Andes Mountains of Chile. The height of the grass is about 30 cm. In spring, it produces two long, slender flower stalks between the slender, cord-like rhizome leaves. It produces 5-6 flowers with scattered inflorescences growing from the tops of the stems. The flowers have sky blue petals with six white florets opening flat in the middle. Yellow pseudostamens protrude from the throat. The flowers and pistils have a fragrance. The flowers are cut in the spring.
Common name: leucocoryne ixioides; scientific name: leucocoryne ixioides, origin: the Andes Mountains in Chile; Herb height: 30-40 cm,
Leaf length: 30 cm, Leaf shape: narrow linear, Flowering season: March to May; Flower diameter: 4 to 5 cm, Floral corolla: lily of the valley, color: blue, Fruit type: capsule, Propagation: seedling, Use: spring cut flower.