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Narcissus medioluteus (Primrose-peerless)

Synonyms: Autogenes biflorus; Narcissus albus; Narcissus biflorus; Narcissus biflorus f. tetramerus; Narcissus biflorus f. triflorus; Narcissus biflorus var. dianthus; Narcissus biflorus var. hybridus; Narcissus biflorus var. sterilis; Narcissus biflorus var. triflorus; Narcissus cothurnalis; Narcissus dianthos; Narcissus grenieri; Narcissus loretii; Narcissus tazettopoeticus; Narcissus triflorus; Stephanophorum biflorum

Wikipedia Abstract

Narcissus ×medioluteus (syn. Narcissus biflorus), common names Primrose-peerless, April Beauty, Cemetery Ladies, Loving Couples, Pale Narcissus, Twin Sisters, Two-flowered Narcissus) is a flowering plant which is a naturally occurring hybrid between Narcissus poeticus and Narcissus tazetta (informally called "poetaz" hybrids). They were found initially in the West of France but have been widely grown as ornamentals are naturalized in Great Britain, Ireland, Switzerland, Spain, Portugal, the former Yugoslavia, Madeira, New Zealand, and in scattered locales in the eastern United States (Michigan, Illinois, Missouri, Indiana, Ohio, Kentucky, Tennessee, Georgia, Alabama, Arkansas, Louisiana, Maryland, North Carolina, South Carolina and Virginia).
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Allergen Potential [1]  Medium-Low

Distribution

S. France; s. France;

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