|Narcissus tazetta var.
chinensis, an originating in-the-Mediterranean-Cost
perennial, grows in the wild in coastal areas in various districts,
with oosphere-shaped bulbs covered with black coats underground.
Leaves begin to rise in late autumn and reach 20-40cm long,
0.8-1.6cm wide, with powdery white on the surfaces. Scapes, 20-40cm
tall, appear through the centers of the leaves and set about 5-7
fragrant flowers that bloom facing sideways. Perianth lobes slightly
tinge creamy white and open flat. Paracorollas at the throats are
yellow and cup-shaped. This species does not result in fruit. Bloom
time: December- April.