Cyclamineus NarcissiMore info
Cyclamineus daffodils or narcissus are the smaller cousins of the taller varieties, as the name implies they resemble cyclamen with their lovely swept back petals; some like Peeping Tom and Rapture are completely swept back bringing another dimension to the flower and garden.
These lovely flower bulbs will bring a little spring joy to the late winter garden, with one flower to a stem. Perianth segments significantly reflexed, flower at an acute angle to the stem, very short neck. Division 6 group.