Why we chose it: RHS AGM winner
- White, yellow and red flowers
- Flowers in April/May
- Fragrant flowers
- Grows up to 40cm (16in) tall
- You’ll get 10 good sized 12/14cm bulbs
Narcissus poeticus is commonly known as the pheasant’s eye or poet’s narcissi. It is a late-flowering species of daffodil, flowering in April/May producing delightful, open, simple, scented pure white petals that surround a yellow, flattened cup that is fringed with red.
Very easy to grow, it is a delightful variety for planting in beds and borders, in containers, naturalising in the lawn and other grassy areas or for growing under deciduous trees. But make sure to plant them somewhere you can fully benefit from their fragrance. A bunch of the cut flowers will easily scent an indoor room.
The large bulbs are guaranteed to flower in their first year.
Height up to 40cm (16in).
All our plants come with full cultural and growing instructions, which can also be downloaded here. See Growing Guide tab above.
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Bulbs will be despatched from week commencing 20th September 2021. Price of bulbs includes FREE shipping.