We feel this is really the double form of the wild N. pseudonarcissus (8-12" March), despite the cultivar name (in fact an old synonym of N. pseudonarcissus (flore pleno). These daffodils appear in woodlands all over Britain, sometimes appearing with a green tinge in the petals, as with our local "Derwydd" daffodil. They are nowadays associated with the very old variety N. Van Sion, introduced in the 17th Century but the forms inhabiting our woods British gardens, are smaller and wilder looking than the Van Sion offered by Dutch growers today, with a much smaller flowering bulb.

Despatched - Mid August to the End of October

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This was an originally an Irish cultivar from some point in the 19th Century, and is really a double form of N. pumilus It has tousled greenish yellow petals, almost reminiscent of a dandelion and always arouses comment. This small daffodil, ht.8", flowers Feb.-March, and is a great subject for naturalising amongst other early bulbs.

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This is the oldest of the pink daffodils and named by the breeder after his wife. It has ivory white petals and a creamy rose trumpet that ages to a beautiful glowing pink. Flowering in April, height 16".

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This cyclamineus hybrid was bred by Mrs RO Backhouse herself pre 1921. With flying backswept primrose petals and a darker cup, this little daffodil braves the early March winds. It is neat and cheerful, without a hint of pointed hats and broomsticks.

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This is one of the oldest cultivars pre 1830, and it is still given the specific title Narcissus gayi which perhaps indicates that it was originally a form selected from the wild. Early flowering with a clear yellow trumpet and cream petals the cut flowers were once harvested by the million.

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Raised more than a century ago by Henry Backhouse, this variety has unusual swept forward petals which almost hide the trumpet. The flowers are a pale straw at first but quickly change to milky white. Flowering March/April, height10".

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Another of the Rev. Englehearts beauties from before 1913. Could it be a reference to a sweetheart in Bath? This small cupped early to mid season daffodil has creamy yellow petals that do not fade, and an orange rim to the strong yellow cup.

Despatched - Mid August to the End of October

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This very old double daffodil (pre-1820) has flowers like ruffled bunches of feathers in lemon and butter yellow. Not too tall (8-10) and sturdy with weatherproof blooms.

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The Dutch know this aristocratic double gown since the 18th Century by the more prosaic name of Butter and Eggs, which does not do justice to the combination of glowing orange and cream petals which make this Phoenix irresistible.

Despatched - Mid August to the End of October

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A very old (pre 1869) small cupped daffodil with petals opening deep yellow becoming sulphur yellow, the ribbed yellow cup with an orange rim. Has a certain ethereal air but stands the weather. This stock has been brought on from bulbs found in a Kentish garden.

Despatched - Mid August to the End of October

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