Narcissus

Daffodils... the most standard, conventional bulb out there, right? Well, except for the ones we grow. We've got a lot of very rare species types you won't find anywhere else, with a particular focus on the So called “hoop petticoat” species which are incredibly gorgeous and with few exceptions not available anywhere else.



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Narcissus bulbicodium

Narcissus bulbicodium

The hoop petticoat, fat bells with a tiny corona, my favorite species Narcissus as you might deduce from the following list, some are very rare in the wild all are seed raised.
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Narcissus bulbicodium conspicuus

Narcissus bulbicodium conspicuus

Narcissus bulbocodium citrinus is often considered a pale flowered form of this. but true citrinus is shorter than conspicuus.
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Narcissus bulbocodium citrinus

Narcissus bulbocodium citrinus

Generally plants with pale yellow flowers, the situation is complex check out Blanchard if you are interested in the gory details.
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Narcissus bulbocodium filifolius

Narcissus bulbocodium filifolius

Thready foliage, its similar to tenuifolius.
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Narcissus bulbocodium obesus

Narcissus bulbocodium obesus

Fat flowers, to 3.4 cm one of the most attractive forms, Atlas Mts.
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Narcissus bulbocodium tenuifolius

Narcissus bulbocodium tenuifolius

Dwarf form with very slender foliage, flowers similar to the type.
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Narcissus bulbocodium var. pallidus Arch696.600

Narcissus bulbocodium var. pallidus Arch696.600

An excellent form from Jim and Jenny Archibald, flowers are very large and lighter in color than the typical bulbocodium.
$15.00

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Narcissus cantabricus var. foliosus white & yellow

Narcissus cantabricus var. foliosus white & yellow

Seedlings from an Archibald collection of this rare Moroccan endemic, these represent some of the finest Narcissus we have ever grown, colors range from yellow to near white, huge petunia flowers, winter blooming and best in an alpine house.
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Narcissus ex 'Taffeta'

Narcissus ex 'Taffeta'

A named selection from the ‘Nylon’ grex selected by Blanchard’s father ‘Taffeta‘ resembles a good white cantibricus these are seedlings from taffeta, and I would expect some excellent plants.
$8.00

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Narcissus fernandesii ex Archibald

Narcissus fernandesii ex Archibald

These are actually from a Blanchard collection in the Tagus drainage that may produce some interesting variations; with Blanchard and Archibald origins, these are your best chance to acquire the real thing.
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