- Flower nameSnowflake
- Scientific nameLeucojum aestivum
- Aliasスズランズイセン, レウコジウム , オオマツユキソウ, 大待雪草, 鈴蘭水仙, Snowflake, summer snowflake, loddon lily
- Place of originCentral and southern Europe
- Place of floweringPark
- Flowering seasonMarch, April, May
- Language of flowerscompassion
What is Snowflake
Snowflake (scientific name: Leucojum aestivum) is a cold-resistant bulb plant of the genus Snowflake of the family Amaryllidaceae, native to Central and South Europe. The stems are thin and elongated like leaves and the stem height is 30 to 40 cm. In the spring, 1 to 4 white small flowers will bloom, extending the scattering inflorescence from the stem tip. Small flowers have a bell shape similar to valley (Suzuran), with green spots at the tip of the flower. Leaves are similar to daffodils (daffodils), they are thin wide linear. The genus name "Leucojum" is Latin, meaning "white violet", depending on the violet-like aroma. Snowflake (L. aestivum) is very similar to snow drop.
Common name: snowflake, scientific name: Leucojum aestivum, aka: summer snowflake, Place of Origin: Mid-South Europe, 30 to 40 cm, Plant Length: Leaf Color: Green, Leaf Shape: Wide Linear, Flowering Period: March to May, Inflorescence: Floral Inflorescence, Flower Color: White, Number of petals: 6, Flower diameter: 1.5 cm, Flower length: 3 cm. Flower language: compassion.