- Flower nameNarcissus 'Lorikeet'
- Scientific nameNarcissus 'lorikeet'
- Aliasスイセン ロリキート, 水仙, Narcissus 'lorikeet'
- Place of originhorticultural variety
- Place of floweringGarden
- Flowering seasonJanuary, February, December
What is Narcissus 'Lorikeet'
Narcissus 'Lorikeet' (Scientific name: Narcissus 'Lorikeet') is a cold-tolerant perennial (bulbaceous plant) belonging to the genus Narcissus. It was bred by Grant E. Mitsch of the United States and was registered in 1979. Light cream petals with salmon pink ruffled trumpets. Narcissus is not eaten by deer or rodents.
Classification symbol is "1Y-P". "Category number" (Trumpet Daffodil Cultivars, Category 1: Trumpet Daffodil Cultivars) + "petal color" (Y: yellow) + "color of cup (cup) (P: pink)".
Generic name: Narcissus 'Lorikeet', Scientific name: Narcissus 'Lorikeet', Origin: Mediterranean coast → southern China → Japan, plant height: 40-45 cm, phyllus: alternate, inflorescence form: umbel, flower color: yellow (petal), pink (accessory corolla), flowering period: December-February, flower diameter: 9.5 cm .