Very similar in both growth and habit when compared to 'Oxford Gold', both of which are selected from narcissus bulbocodium, but a bit shorter. Perfect for the edge of the border, rockeries and containers, can also be grown in the grass. for a small bulb, it produces a lot of flowers Flowering starts around the middle of February and last for weeks, it grows to around 15cm tall and likes to be dry and warm in Summer after the foliage has died down. A form of narcissus bulbocodium, with which it shares the same delicate petticoat flower form.
group 10 Y-Y
It has flowered every spring for the last three years in our trial gardens and looks very reliable, the one thing it will hate, is one of the new composts that keep too wet in winter, so if you are planting it in pots keep an eye on them so they don't rot