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 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 minor

Narcissus minor

A small thing from Spain and the Pyrenees, poorly known in the wild, I read Blanchard and end up more confused than ever, to call Narcissus taxonomically complex is an understatement
$15.00

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Narcissus pseudonarcissus 'lobularis'

Narcissus pseudonarcissus 'lobularis'

A wild daffodil, the form is that of the familiar hybrid daffodils, but with smaller, wilder looking flowers. Very vigorous, and more tolerant of less-than-idea conditions than many of its more highly bred brethren. Zone 4
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Narcissus romieuxii ex julia jane selfed

Narcissus romieuxii ex julia jane selfed

Seedlings from 'Julia Jane', an extreme petunioides like plant with yellow flowers that is named after Archibalds daughter, the parent is probably the finest romieuxii in cultivation.
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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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Narcissus romieuxii mesatlanticus

Narcissus romieuxii mesatlanticus

A tall, pale yellow form of romieuxii from N. Africa, its always a favorite here but with few well defined morphological characters it probably should be lumped.
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Narcissus romieuxii ssp romieuxii v rifanis

Narcissus romieuxii ssp romieuxii v rifanis

This is the form from the Rif Mountains of Morocco, where it grows in cedar woods on limestone, shorter than the typical form; flowers are generally pale in color.
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Narcissus x 'Nylon'

Narcissus x 'Nylon'

Really more of a grex than a clone (actually its more of a plastic but a cut above those cheesy plastic spring bulbs that you see in full bloom 12 months of the year.) In cultivation it is represented by numerous similar forms. It originated as a cross between Narcissus romieuxii and Narcissus cantabricus var. foliosus made by Blanchard's father. Several including 'Taffeta' were named and the balance sent to Alec Gray who went on to distribute multiple clones under the name 'Nylon'. As you might guess from the parents and the breeder, it is excellent.
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