Muscari macrocarpum Sweet, 1827
Common names: Yellow Grape Hyacinth [En], Sarı Arap sümbülü [Tu]
Pytagoreio, SAMOS ● Greece
Description: Perennial robust bulbous plant with large bulbs which have thick fleshy roots. Each bulb produces several fleshy greyish-green leaves lance like. Flowers are borne in a spike or raceme on a stem 10–15 cm high. Individual flowers are may be over 1 cm long, violet in bud and yellow when fully open; they have a distinct scent resembling bananas.
Biology: It flowers between March and May.
Habitat: dry, rocky places.
Distribution: native to East Aegean island (Crete, Amorgos, Kos, Samos) and southwest Turkey.
Wikipedia, Muscari macrocarpum