plant is introduced and has become naturalised in meadows and
orchards mainly in eastern England and south-east Scotland. The
stem is about a foot or a little more in height with from one
to three rather narrow leaves. The single terminal flower is yellow
inside, greenish-yellow outside, and it droops when in bud. Although
an attractive flower its colouring is somewhat subdued when compared
with the brilliant cultivated tulips in our gardens.