Regularity: Regularly occurring
National NatureServe Conservation Status
Rounded National Status Rank: NNA - Not Applicable
NatureServe Conservation Status
Rounded Global Status Rank: GNA - Not Applicable
Narcissus x medioluteus
Narcissus ×medioluteus (syn. Narcissus biflorus, 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 found in the West of France.
The flowers are generally held in pairs hence the common names "Twin Sisters" and "Loving Couples". The fragrant cream flowers (medioluteus) are smaller than those of Narcissus poeticus. The cup lacks a red edge.
This first poetaz Narcissus has long been grown as a garden ornamental and has also become naturalised in several countries. Other poetaz hybrids have several flowers per stem, and some have double flowers.
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