Rockery daffodil collection - 50+25 Free bulbs

rockery daffodil collection

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Buy the collection of 25 bulbs (see below for quantities of each variety for £17.97, or buy 2 collections for £35.94 and get another collection free

  • Position: full sun or partial shade
  • Soil: well-drained soil
  • Flowering period: spring
  • Hardiness: fully hardy

    Narcissus romieuxii 'Julia Jane'
    The rich green foliage of this lovely little narcissus is very slender, which helps accentuate the beauty of the soft lemon flowers, which appear in early spring. Diminutive in stature, it will offer early colour in an alpine bed, but also lends itself well to mixed displays of potted seasonal bedding. Grows up to 20cm tall. 10 bulbs per collection

    Narcissus bulbocodium
    This is not easily recognised as a traditional daffodil, but its bright golden trumpets give away its ancestry. A low-growing variety, this is best suited to an alpine bed or rockery where it can be used as an early spring specimen. Alternatively pot it up and move it to a prominent spot when they start to flower.

    Grows up to 20cm tall. 10 bulbs per collection

    Narcissus cantabricus
    This low-growing gem produces its white trumpet-like flowers during the winter, so it's ideal for adding a splash of colour to a sheltered rockery or alpine bed at a time when little else is in bloom. They can also be potted up and grown on before being brought inside for a short period when they start to flower. Grows up to 20cm tall. 5 bulbs per collection

    Buy this collection of miniture rockery daffodil bulbs (25 bulbs) for only £17.97. Or buy 2 collections for £35.94 and we will send you another collection absolutely free. That's 75 bulbs in total - saving £17.97.

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