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Sometimes referred to as Narcissus Canaliculatus, this is close to the original Mediterranean species and has proved hardy here in our frosty valley in Wales. Each stem produces up to 6 tiny flowers, white with a neat gold cup and the most amazing fragrance. One stem will fill a room with scent.

Despatched - Mid August to the End of October

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£3.50
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£13.50

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The Hoop Petticoat Daffodil. While the sight of a large patch of these bell shaped daffodils flowering in grass is quite breathtaking, they can be tricky to establish. With this in mind we are offering this more vigorous cultivar, but with the same neat habit and bell flowers in golden yellow about 20cm (9) high. The name says it all.

Despatched - Mid August to the End of October

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£4.50
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£18.50

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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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Price 10: 
£1.75
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£7.25

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Twin Sisters Daffodil or Narcissus x biflorus. This naturally occurring hybrid from Western France is a cross between Narcissus poeticus and Narcissus tazetta. This is the very first of the group known as the “poetaz” daffodils and it has acquired several names having been widely used in gardens for centuries. It has the attributes of both species, the multiflower head of the tazetta (usually twin flowers here), and the open cream petals and small cup of the poeticus with the glorious scent of both.

Despatched - Mid August to the End of October

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£12.50

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This is an ancestor of thousands of daffodil hybrids, particularly those with trumpets, and can be found in the wild in the woods and hills of the Iberian peninsula. Similar in size and shape to our own wild daffodil, being a close cousin, but with a gold trumpet and petals.

Despatched - Mid August to the End of October

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£3.75

This is a cross between Narcissus jonquilla and Narcissus tazetta and originated from South West France to West Spain in around 1719. Flowering between March and April, it has lily white petals with a lemon yellow cup. With a multitude of flowers per stem, it will bowl you over with its scent.

Despatched - Mid August to the End of October

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£8.50

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This is known as the Rush Leaved Jonquil from its narrow foliage. With a delicate yellow cup and flat pointed petals it flowers in March with 2 to 3 flower heads on an 8” stem. It forms sweeping carpets of gold in high moist mountain pastures of Southern Spain when free from the ravages of man.

Despatched - Mid August to the End of October

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£7.50

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This little early flowering species, with golden petals and trumpet comes from the rocky but moist meadows of NW Spain including Asturias. It is even smaller that its cousin Narcissus minor and used to be referred to as Narcissus minimus. It grows best in moist peaty soil.

Despatched – Mid August to the End of October

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Price 5: 
£3.75