Disporum flavens (airy bells)

Disporum flavens - It is a rhizomatous perennial that typically grows in a slowly creeping clump to 30” tall. Lance-shaped leaves and plant habit are reminiscent of the related Solomon’s seal (Polygonatum), except flowers are terminal. Drooping, tubular, soft yellow flowers appear in small clusters at the stem ends in April. Family : Colchicaceae  

Disporum flavens (airy bells) 3

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Disporum flavens (airy bells)

Disporum flavens (airy bells)

Categories : Family - Horizontal - Landscape - Photos subjects - Plant Family - Perennial plants - Colchicaceae -

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