The Dutch name 'herfsttijloos' owes the Colchicum to the appearance of the flowers in autumn, followed by the leaves and buds in the spring and early summer. The spring and autumn flowering bulb likes a slightly shaded place, for example as planting under deciduous shrubs on a somewhat moist but well-drained soil. The name Colchicum is derived from one of the original sites, namely the region Colchis in Asia Minor, the region where the mythological poisonguard Medea lived. They are also found in Iran, Turkestan and in large parts of Europe.

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