Narcissus triandrus

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 Narcissus triandrus subsp. var.  
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Standard Cyclopedia of Horticulture

Narcissus triandrus, Linn. (Ganymedes albus, Haw.). Fig.2443. Slender most dwarf rush-lvd. species (scape 10-15 in. tall), bulb ¾in. or less diam.: lvs. few (2-4), very slender and semi-cylindrical and not overtopping the blossoms, channeled: scape very slender, semi-cylindrical: fls. 1 to several, horizontal or drooping, an inch long, but variable in size, both the lanceolate sharply reflexed segms. and the entire cup-shaped corona (which is half as long as segms.) pure white in the type; stamens sometimes a little exserted. Spain and Portugal. G. 17: 114; 19:355.—There are several forms, as var. concolor, Hort. (Ganymedes concolor, Haw.), pale self-yellow; var. pallidulus, Hort. (N. pallidulus, Graells), primrose- yellow. B.M. 6473 A; var. pulchellus, Hort. (Ganymedes pulchellus, Haw.), segms. yellow, corona white. B.M. 1262. (as var. luteus). Gn. 75, p. 604; var. nutans, Hort. (Ganymedes nutans, Haw. N.trilobus. B.M. 945), corona a deeper yellow than the segms., crenulate.

Var. calathinus, Hort. (N. calathinus, Red., Burbidge, not Ker). Crown or corona larger, nearly, or quite as long as the segms., the fl. pale yellow. Isl. of Brittany. Gn. W. 20:297. Gn. 77, p. 459.

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