The Narcissus is blooming from late winter to early spring, usually we plant them in clusters. Yellow Islands from trumpet shaped flowers in the awakening nature.
The flowers are about 1/2'' to 1" wide and can be lone, double or even triple shaped trumped shapes, with smooth to ruffled cups.
Choose from orange, peach, pink, yellow, white or combinations thereof.
Hardiness: Zones 4-9 Hardy
Soil Type: High average moisture, good drainage, medium fertility, Ph 5.5 - 6.5
As with most bulb flowers you plant in late autumn. The plant will thrive in the full spring sun. The bulbs are placed about 5" apart and 5 to 8" deep.
Narcissus are doing great in containers, in flower beds and are great cutting flowers. They are resistant to most pests. Their biggest enemy is the Narcissus-Bulb fly larvae.
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