Muscari armeniacum Gül

Muscarı armenıacum Gül


Gül is Turkish for ‘rose’ describing the flush of colour on the white flowers as they age.

Originally introduced by Rannveig and Robert Wallis from the Taurus mountains in Turkey. These plants are selected seedlings, a few generations removed from the original collection.


Burıed Treasure Jun 2020

Descrıptıon of supplıer

‘Gűl’ is Turkish for ‘rose’ which describes the flush on the otherwise white flowers.’

Collection Prefix

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