- Flower nameGrand soleildor
- Scientific nameNarcissus tazetta cv. odoru
- Alias黄房水仙, Narcissus, Grand Soleil d'Or, グランドソレドール, Grand soleildor
- Place of originhorticultural variety
- Place of floweringGarden
- Flowering seasonJanuary, February, December
What is Grand soleildor
Grand soleildor(Narcissus tazetta cv. odoru) is a horticultural variety of Tazetta (original species) and is a cold-tolerant perennial (bulbaceous plant) in the family Amaryllidaceae. The original species, tazetta, is native to the Mediterranean coast, Sicily and Corsica, is an aqueous daffodil that migrates to Japan via China in the old age and has a large number of flowers on one stem, and the flowers are aromatic . The umbel produces a flower with a yellow petal and a dark yellow or orange-yellow accessory corolla.
The yellow daffodils (odoru) have the characteristics of tazetta, with 3-20 flowers blooming on a sturdy stem. The flowers have fragrance. The petals spread, but do not warp. It blooms from autumn to spring.
The classification symbol is "8Y-Y". "Category number" (Bunch bloom of Category 8 "Tazetta daffodil Cultivars") + "Petal color" (Y: yellow) + "Vice crown (cup) color (Y: yellow)".
The leaves of the yellow daffodil have width, but the width of leaves of another kind of daffodil (yellow narcissus, scientific name: Narcissus jonquilla) is linear and thin.
Generic name: Grand soleildor, scientific name: Narcissus tazetta cv. Grand Soleil d'Or, origin: Mediterranean coast → South China → Japan, plant height: 30-45 cm, Phylla: alternate, inflorescence type: umbel, flower color: yellow (petal), dark yellow (accessible corolla), flowering period: From December to February, flower diameter: 2.5 to 4 cm.