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Species Daffodil bulbs - Division 13

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N.bulbocodium 'Conspicuus'

N.bulbocodium 'Conspicuus'

Ref: SD44 (10)

- Div 13
Very attractive funnel shaped corona is lightly ribbed. Strong Grower. Ht. 8in.

Price: 3.00

N.bulbocodium 'Diamond Ring'

N.bulbocodium 'Diamond Ring'

Ref: SD22 (5)

- A recent N.obesus selection. Outstanding golden yellow large crinoline like flowers. Strong grower. Good for pots or rockery. Early March flowering. Ht 4in (10cm) An interesting addition to the bulbocodium family and a must for enthusiasts.

Price: 3.00

N.bulbocodium 'Golden Bells'

N.bulbocodium 'Golden Bells'

Ref: SD6 (10)


An outstanding deep yellow hooped petticoat. A good strong grower which flowers freely. Very good in the garden or pots and naturalises. Early flowering, normally February. Ht. 5in (12cm) AGM from RHS

Price: 3.00

N.bulbocodium 'Mary Poppins'

N.bulbocodium 'Mary Poppins'

Ref: SD46 (3)


Creamy yellow flowers and large mouth. Nicely named from Carlos Van Der Veek.

Price: 4.00

N.bulbocodium 'Oxford Gold' - (Div 10)

N.bulbocodium 'Oxford Gold' - (Div 10)

Ref: SD40 (5)


A very interesting bulbocodium in vivid yellow and of heavy substance. The smooth funnel-shaped corona has a flared and frilled mouth.
Sweetly scented

Price: 4.50

N.bulbocodium 'Spoirot'  -  Div10

N.bulbocodium 'Spoirot' - Div10

Ref: SD8 (5)


N.bulbocodium x N.cantabricus var foliosus
Greenish white with a green centre and bright yellow stamens. Named after Agatha Christie's character Hercule Poirot. Good for pots and rockery. March flowering. Ht.4in

Price: 3.50

N.cordubensis

N.cordubensis

Ref: SD11 (3)

- jonquilla from Serrania de Ronda.
Has 2-3 deep yellow flowers per stem which are slightly incurving. The cup-shaped yellow corona is conical and crenate. Slender stems and leaves. Grows in limestone areas in the wild. Flowers in April. Ht.8in

Price: 4.50

N.fernandesii

N.fernandesii

Ref: SD13 (3)


An excellent form of jonquil with 3-5 bright yellow sweetly scented flowers on each stem that are uniform in shape. Does well in alpine house or rockery. Flowers late March to early April. Ht 6in (15cm).
Rarely offered.

Price: 3.50

N.x intermedius

N.x intermedius

Ref: SD14 (3)

- N.jonquilla x N.tazetta
A mass of beautifully scented mid yellow flowers per stem. The neat cup is a deeper yellow. The leaves are almost evergreen. Best in a dry sunny position. April flowering. Can take a little while to establish itself but worth the wait. Ht. 10in

Price: 3.00

N.jacetanus

N.jacetanus

Ref: SD37 (3)

- A fringed 'N.Asturiensis'
Named by Sir Frederick Stern. Has a mid-yellow perianth and a trumpet which shades to a striking green tubular base. Ideal for pots or rockery. April flowering. Ht.5in (12cm). Rare and limited

Price: 4.50

N.jonquilla sel 'Twinkling Yellow'

N.jonquilla sel 'Twinkling Yellow'

Ref: SD15 (10)


An improved jonquilla selection. - Up to 5-6 golden yellow neatly formed flowers per stem. Highly Scented. Dark green leaves. An easy grower and likes limey soil. Is best grown in partial to full sun. Does well in the garden and is excellent for naturalising. April/May flowering Ht.10in (22cm)

Price: 3.50

N.jonquilla var.henriquesii

N.jonquilla var.henriquesii

Ref: SD16 (3)

- from Torrao.
An attractive species with 2-4 deep yellow flowers per stem. It is distinguished from the other jonquilla by the length of its corona which is slightly longer in proportion to the petals. Late March to early April flowering. Strong grower. Ht 8in (20cm) RHS winner

Price: 4.50

N.jonquilla 'Stocken'

N.jonquilla 'Stocken'

Ref: SD17 (3)

- N.jonquilla x N.tazetta.
A delightful wild hybrid miniature with 2-3 tiny golden yellow flowers per stem. Strongly scented. Good in the garden, rockery or pots. Also does well on the show bench, RHS & AGS. April flowering Ht. 5in (12cm)

Price: 3.50

N.johnstonii 'Queen of Spain'

N.johnstonii 'Queen of Spain'

Ref: SD18 (3)

- N.pseudo-narcissus x N.triandrus.
An outstanding creamy white wild hybrid. Regarded by many specialists as the best wild trumpet. Eye-catching natural form and colour. Looks stunning in a group and will naturalise. Flowers late March, early April. Ht 10in (25cm)

Price: 3.50

N.minor

N.minor

Ref: SD19 (3)

- From N. Spain and Pyrenees.
One of the smallest species yellow trumpets. The flowers are produced on stiff stems which do not droop. Stands up to the weather in most locations and is ideal for the rockery or the front of a border. Also good for naturalising. March. Ht 4in

Price: 4.00

More and more

More and more

Ref: SD51 (3)


Delightful little yellow flowers, similar to Assoanus. New to the Catalogue.

Price: 3.50

N.moschatus

N.moschatus

Ref: SD20 (3)

- from the Pyrenees.
A classic wild white trumpet with attractive twisted petals which overlap at base and unusually droop forward. The petals have dark green colouring at the base. A good strong grower for the rockery and garden. When established will soon grow into a large clump. Ht. 8in

Price: 3.50

N.nobilis var nobilis

N.nobilis var nobilis

Ref: SD21 (1)

- from the Picos de Europa
Outstanding short stemmed trumpet with large horizontal facing flowers. Cream perianth with superbly contrasting deep yellow trumpet. Naturalises. Loved by collectors and best in rockery or garden. April flowering. Ht.6in

Price: 2.00

N.obvallaris - The Tenby Daffodil

N.obvallaris - The Tenby Daffodil

Ref: SD23 (10)


Found growing wild in Wales and mid Spain. It is now established in many open gardens throughout the UK. A classic bright yellow species trumpet. Long lasting flowers carried on very stiff stems. Naturalises very well. Regarded as the UK's only indigenous daffodil. Ht. 9in

Price: 3.00

N.Ornatus Maximus - Div 9W-GYR

N.Ornatus Maximus - Div 9W-GYR

Ref: SD24 (3)

- N.radiiflorus seedling
Glistening white broad perianth. The disc-shaped corona is greenish lemon with moss green at the base and a narrow deep red rim. Scented. May flowering with the other poets. Ht. 14in. Rare

Price: 3.50

N.pumilus

N.pumilus

Ref: SD25 (5)


A small bright yellow wild trumpet. It has an elaborate frilled corona spreading at margin and a narrow star shaped perianth. Broad dark green leaves. Good for naturalising and increases well. Same group as N.minor. March flowering. Ht 6in (15cm)

Price: 3.00

N.romieuxii  JCA805 'Julia Jane' group

N.romieuxii JCA805 'Julia Jane' group

Ref: SD27 (3)


A quality selection from JCA 805. Clear pale yellow petuniodes with a large and long lasting wide corona. Good strong grower. There can be a slight form and colour variation which adds to its appeal. Best in Alpine house or raised beds. Feb flowering. Ht.6in

Price: 3.50

N.tazetta aureus

N.tazetta aureus

Ref: SD31 (3)

- originates from Southern France.
Numerous highly scented yellow flowers per stem with darker yellow cups . Large bulbs and best grown in a well drained rockery or pots for early flowering. This is an outstanding dwarf growing tazetta species.

Price: 4.50

N.tazetta compressus

N.tazetta compressus

Ref: SD32 (3)


A bi-coloured tazetta with sparkling white petals and strong yellow coronas. The strong stem supports numberous neat flowers. Needs a large pot. Highly Scented

Price: 4.50

N.tazetta panzianus

N.tazetta panzianus

Ref: SD33 (3)


Wonderfully multi-headed stems with 5 - 10 small neat flowers with glistening white perianths and balanced cups which open yellow and mature to milky white. Strong stems. Nicely scented

Price: 4.50

N.x tenuior

N.x tenuior

Ref: SD34 (3)

- N.jonquilla x N.poeticus
Attractive creamy white flowers with strong yellow cups and 2 to 3 per stem. Best grown in a rockery or pots. April flowering, Ht.10in. Rarely offered and a buy for collectors.

Price: 3.50

N.willkommii

N.willkommii

Ref: SD35 (3)

- from the Algarve.
A most delightful jonquilla species. Slight and very dainty with 2 or 3 flowers on a thin stem. Does well in alpine house, troughs and raised beds. Needs good drainage but water well when in flower. Mid April flowering. Ht. 6in (15cm)

Price: 4.50

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