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Narcissus Lobularis

Supplied from mid-late September until December. Dispatched as soon as they're picked!
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  • Availability: Supplied from mid-late August until December
  • Bulb Size: 5+
  • Characteristics: Pale yellow to yellow petals with a deeper coloured elongated cup with frilled edges.
  • Flowering Period: March-April
  • Flowering Height: 25cm
  • Planting & Care: Plant approximately 10-15cm deep in fertile, well drained soils in full sun to partial shade.

Lobularis is a division 13, Wild Variant Daffodil with curvaceous to twisted, pale yellow petals and a deeper yellow, elongated cup with frilled edges. Sometimes referred to as a “pseudo-narcissus” this variety does well after establishing during the first years of growth and is tolerant of more naturalised settings.

The nodding blooms of Lobularis along with is wild inflexed petals make this this flower unique. While the plant is rather short, use these flowers at the front of borders or beds for the best effect.

Narcissi refer to the plant species that while similar to Daffodils are both smaller in height and the size of the bloom, specifically the cup or corona. These characteristics do not diminish from the beauty of Narcissi, which are generally very colourful, showy and fragrant. Many of the Narcissi are the earliest bloomers of winter and early spring season and typically have a dazzling assortment of lemony yellows, golden oranges and stunning whites.

The divisions of the Narcissi usually fall into the categories of doubles, multi-headed and Jonquilla, all of these being smaller than their similar Daffodil relatives. Where the Narcissi really stand out, in addition to their delicate beauty is their tendency to be quite fragrant.

Narcissi are bulbous herbaceous perennials which require moist, but well-drained soils in full sun to partial shade. Most varieties of Narcissi prefer sheltered locations away from strong winds, while some varieties are stouter and can tolerate more exposed locations. Although plant-specific variations do exist, most varieties of Narcissi prefer pH neutral soils, with some preferring slightly more acidic or alkaline soils in order to produce the best blooms. Due to the possibility of bulb rot, Narcissi require soils that are well-drained.

Plant Narcissi bulbs with the root cluster downwards, usually identified by a rougher area and the tip or point of the bulb upwards. In general, Narcissi are planted to the depth of 1.5 to 2 times the size of the bulb, usually in the range of 15-20cm, ensuring that none of the bulb is exposed. In very cold areas, Narcissi may require winter mulching to protect them from frost.

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