Is daffodil poisonous? Summary of daffodil breeding tips
Four seas network: Narcissus is fresh and elegant. It is the first choice for many friends to grow green plants. It not only regulates the atmosphere of the family, but also the essence of the air. Some people say that Narcissus is poisonous. Is that true? What are the breeding techniques of daffodils? Let's have a look.
Daffodils are poisonous
Although Narcissus is poisonous, its toxicity is weak. The bulb of Narcissus contains Latin toxin. After ingestion, it has symptoms such as vomiting, abdominal pain, abdominal distension, low pulse frequency, cold sweat, dysentery, irregular breathing and so on. Be especially careful not to smear its juice into your eyes, so Narcissus cannot be taken orally. As long as you don't have long-term contact with daffodils and short-term normal touch, it won't be toxic if you don't eat it. The fragrance of daffodils is non-toxic, so they can be cultured indoors, but pay attention to indoor ventilation.
How to raise daffodils
The preferred temperature of daffodils is 10 to 15 degrees. Daffodils like warm and humid. In winter, if the indoor temperature cannot be maintained properly, daffodils will not bloom, so we'd better keep it at the temperature that daffodils prefer. What kind of soil should daffodils be suitable for? Naturally, it is loose and fertile, deep sandy soil. It's best to be suitable for pH value of 5 to 7.5.
Narcissus is one of the top ten famous flowers in China. It is a good product for Qing Dynasty. Every new year, people like Qing Dynasty Narcissus and decorate it as the annual flower. Chinese narcissus is a perennial herb native to China. Its bulbs are quite like onions and garlic. Therefore, it was called "Ya garlic" in the Six Dynasties and "Tian cong" in the Song Dynasty. Later, people gave her many clever and beautiful names, such as Calendula, Yintai, Lilan, Yake, actress and so on.