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$8.25–$17.25COLD-TREATED CYCLAMINEUS NARCISSUS, February Gold February Gold is one of the oldest cyclamineus narcissus still in cultivation. It was introduced in 1923. It has a sulfur yellow perianth. And a slightly darker elongated cup. It is known to bloom very early ...
$8.50–$17.75COLD-TREATED HEIRLOOM DOUBLE NARCISSUS, Yellow Cheerfulness Nearly all the double daffodils available today were discovered as spontaneous mutations (sports) in fields of single daffodils. Yellow Cheerfulness, however, was discovered in a field of double white daffodils known as Cheerfulness. Cheerfulness was an ...
$6.50–$11.25COLD-TREATED JONQUILLA NARCISSUS, Baby MoonBaby Moon is a quintessential Jonquilla Narcissus. It is short, 7 inches, nicely fragrant, with sunshine yellow blossoms. Each bulb produces several flower stems and each flower stem can produce up to 5 flowers per stem. ...
$10.00–$23.25COLD-TREATED NARCISSUS, Albus Plenus Odoratus Albus Plenus Odoratus is another Species Narcissus. It is a very rare, naturally occurring double which was introduced into cultivation in 1861. It is often called the “Double Pheasant’s Eye”. The blossom has a snow white ...
$9.00–$20.00COLD-TREATED NARCISSUS, Barrett Browning Circa 1940. The blossoms have white petals with a faint yellow halo and a small, orange cup. Good naturalizer. Early bloomer. HZ: 3-7 18-20” Mid-season ...
$7.25–$13.75COLD-TREATED NARCISSUS, Bulbocodium Golden Bells Bulbocodium Conspicuuous Golden Bells, AKA the Yellow Hoop Petticoat narcissus, (pictured above) may be the most uniquely shaped narcissus that you will ever see. The 5 inch tall plants produce 3-4 flower stems. Each stem carries ...
$7.00–$13.25COLD-TREATED NARCISSUS, Canaliculatus Canaliculatis is a lovely, dainty daffodil that reaches a height of no more than 6-8 inches and can be shorter. It is said to be hardy in Zones 8-9, but I grow it in Zone 4 after planting ...
$8.50–$17.75COLD-TREATED NARCISSUS, Cragford 1930. Fragrant. Blossoms have pure white petals with a yellow halo and bright orange cups with green at the center. HZ: 5-9 16” Mid-season ...
$9.25–$21.50COLD-TREATED NARCISSUS, FortuneCirca 1917. This plant produces a huge flower with a bright yellow erianth and a darker yellow trumpet ...
$7.50–$15.00COLD-TREATED NARCISSUS, Hawera Hawera was developed before 1928 by plant developer, Dr. William Thompson, in Hawera, New Zealand. The plant is a cross between N. jonquilla and N. triandus. Its leaves are thin and rush-like. The petals are a soft yellow ...
$8.50–$18.00COLD-TREATED NARCISSUS, Ice FolliesCirca 1953. Developed by the famous tulip breeders, Konijnenburg and Mark, this classic flower has a 4” icy-white perianth and a frilled greenish yellow trumpet that matures to white. An excellent naturalizer. HZ: 3-7 18-20” Mid-season ...
$10.25–$23.75COLD-TREATED NARCISSUS, Mount HoodCirca 1930. A very long-lasting, huge 4” creamy yellow flower matures to ivory white. Excellent for forcing. HZ: 3-7 18-20” Mid-season ...
$8.50–$17.75COLD-TREATED NARCISSUS, Pheasant’s Eye Circa 1700. Very Fragrant. This old variety has large blossoms with reflexing white petals and a small yellow cup rimmed in red with a green eye. HZ: 3-7 14” Late-season ...
$10.75–$25.25COLD-TREATED NARCISSUS, Silver Chimes 1914. Fragrant. Individual plants produce up to eight blossoms with bright white perianths and intense yellow cups. HZ: 6-9 16-18” Late-season ...
$8.75–$19.00COLD-TREATED NARCISSUS, Thalia 1916. Fragrant. Known as the “Orchid Narcissus”, this plant produces up to 5 pendant white flowers with recurved petals and a cup-shaped crown per stem. HZ: 4-9 16-18” Late-season ...
$12.00–$29.50COLD-TREATED SMALL CUPPED NARCISSUS, Sinopel Sinopel is a stunningly unique narcissus whose claim to fame is its quixotic green cup. Tis dainty cup is more greenish-yellow in cooler climates and vividly green in warmer climates like Hardiness Zones 6-8. In addition ...
$10.00–$22.75COLD-TREATED SPLIT CUPPED NARCISSUS, Congress Congress is a Split Cupped Narcissus. It is one of the oldest Split Cupped Narcissus still in cultivation. It was introduced in 1965. Split Cupped Narcissus are so named because they have a cup (corona) that ...
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