In our new 2013-2014 catalogue you will find over 80 varieties of Daffodils & Narcissi from the miniature Bulbocodium to the medium Triandrus and Cyclamineus varieties to the taller Trumpet, Large Cupped and Tazetta Daffodils and Narcissi and many more.
Each group of daffodils & narcissi have their own characteristics in shape, size and colours. Large Cupped Narcissi has a wide selection of colour from yellow, white, orange and pink; like Fragrant Rose which is scented.
Triandrus daffodils like Thalia are predominantly white with their delicate flowers they are excellent for naturalizing, Hawera is a soft shade of lemon the tiny flowers pack a beautiful fragrance.
Try something a little different like the Split Corona Narcissi which are also classed as Orchid Daffodils or Butterfly Narcissi the trumpet is slit and falls flat to the petals, some like Brodaway Star has a slight double look.
Cyclamineus are excellent for naturalizing they provide a burst of colour from very early in March. February Gold in certain areas can flower as early as late February. Peeping Jenny is a new variety the petals appear cream yellow before turning white the trumpet is large and long, this varieties has a long flowering period.
Tazetta narcissi have a wonderful strong fragrance that will fill your garden from the beautiful Bridal Crown to the new Primrose Beauty.