A subspecies found from the eastern Black Sea coast to Northern Iran, differing from the species in that the leaves are often slightly toothed or scalloped. The flowers are less rounded and longer. They like a bit more light then the regular C. coum. The leaves appear from fall thru spring. Great for planting under trees and shrubs. Well drained soil. Summer dormant. 2 3/8" square - 3 3/4" deep pots.