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 bulb. bulbicodium conspicuus

Narcissus bulb. 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 bulb. bulbocodium filifolius

Narcissus bulb. bulbocodium filifolius

Thready foliage, its similar to tenuifolius.
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Narcissus bulb. bulbocodium obesus

Narcissus bulb. bulbocodium obesus

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

Narcissus bulb. bulbocodium tenuifolius

Dwarf form with very slender foliage, flowers similar to the type.
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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 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 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.
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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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Narcissus jonquilla

Narcissus jonquilla

The prototype daffodil, it looks pretty much as you would expect. Narcissus fernandesii is the little one next to it.
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Narcissus romieuxii hyb

Narcissus romieuxii hyb

Similar to bulbocodium but with broader more open bell of creamy sulfur yellow, with exerted stamens, romieuxii is one of the best species.
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