Tenby Daffodil - Narcissus obvallaris

SKU: 1.04

The other native daffodil and now considered a sub-species of N.pseudonarcissus, this is excellent for naturalising. Found locally and uniquely near Tenby in Dyfed, it is an attractive little golden daffodil and emblem of Wales. Easy to grow and undemanding it reaches only 20-30cm (8-12) and flowers in March.

Despatched - Mid August to the End of October

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English Name: 
Tenby Daffodil
Latin Name: 
Narcissus obvallaris
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Planting Instructions: 
Plant about 10 cm deep
Dispatch Time: 
Mid August to the End of October
Damp woodland, pasture. Suitable for naturalising in grass, dappled shade or open woodland.
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