Ready Potted 1 litre Pot LOBULARIS NARCISSUS (WILD LENT LILY) Miniature Daffodil/Narcissi

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LOBULARIS NARCISSUS (WILD LENT LILY) MINIATURE CREAMY-WHITE PETALS YELLOW TRUMPET FLOWERS DAFFODIL/NARCISSI BULBS DWARF PERENNIAL
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“NARCISSUS PSEUDONARCISSUS” NARCISSUS LOBULARIS

  • TYPE                               READY POTTED
  • SIZE                               1  LITRE POT
  • STAGE                           EARLY STAGES OF GROWTH
  • CATEGORY                  NARCISSUS PSEUDONARCISSUS
  • VARIETY                       NARCISSUS LOBULARIS (WILD LENT LILY)
  • DESCRIPTION             CREAMY-WHITE PETALS YELLOW TRUMPET
  • HEIGHT                          30CM
  • MAIN PICTURE              STOCK PHOTO ONY
  • QUANTITY PER UNIT          1

GENERAL DESCRIPTION

Already Potted In 1 litre Round Pots And In The Early Stages Of Growth, Root And Shoot Development. The Main Picture Is A Stock Photo Only And Shows How The Plants Look When Fully Mature. Amount Of Bulbs Per Pot Varies Depending On The Type/Size Of Bulb, But Rest Assured The Pots Are Full.  Each Pot Makes A Lovely Display And Can Be Either Left In Pots Or Taken Out And Used To Add Colour To Larger Containers, Or Borders.

Narcissus Lobularis Is Also Known As Pseudonarcissus Lobularis, The Wild Lent Lily. It Has Creamy-White Petals Which Rather Obscure Full Sight Of The Yellow Trumpet. It Flowers In March/April Time Depending On The Weather And Is Quite Short. The Bulbs Of These Are Much Smaller Than You Might Expect For Narcissus And They May Not Flower The First Year But Will In Time As The Bulbs Increase In Size.

Narcissus Pseudonarcissus Is The Wild British Native Daffodil Which Will Spread By Self-Soowing In Grass And Beneath Trees And Shrubs. It Is The Longest Lasting, Easiest And Most Sucessful Daff To Grow For Naturalising.

These Are Some Of The Easiest Bulbs To Growplant Bulbs Under Trees Or Shrubs Even In Shady Positions Of The Garden. Even If You Just Have A Small Yard Or Balcony, Plant Bulbs Of This Wild Species In Containers Too, They’ll Put On A Beautiful Show.

After Blooming, It Is Good To Let Their Green Tops Photosynthesize To Allow Them To Store Plenty Of Fuel For Next Spring’s Display. Once Their Leaves Start To Turn Yellow, They Can Be Cut To The Ground. Divide Them In Summer If Bloom Or Vigour Dwindles.

Miniature Mixed Daffs Are Superb And A Long Lasting Cut Flower. In The Landscape They Pair Well With Tulips, Hyacinths, Muscaris And Early Blooming Perennials And Shrubs.

Plant 7-8 Cm Down In Clusters 10-15 Cm Apart

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