Collected originally by Rannveig and Robert Walis, near Lake Beyşehir in southwestern Türkiye.
The original bulbs supplied flower at a tiny 8cm tall, although a subsequent bulb, from the parent plants has acquired 3 more centimetres in height this year.
The flowers have a gentle sent. The flared white lobes and open but slightly pinched flowers are an extremely attractive combination.
Fertile Flower Colour: N186A Dark purplish grey
Sterile Flower Colour: 91C Very pale purple
Buried Treasure 2021
Description of supplier
‘We found a very dwarf Muscari near to Lake Beysehir which keys to this (anatolicum) but the sterile flowers are pink.’