Deliciously scented lowland counterpart of M. muscarimi. Yellow flowers arise from purplish-olive buds with a scent reminiscent of tropical fruit. These plants grown from seed collected at the base of Mount Kirkus, Samos.
One of the earliest of the hoop-petticoats into bloom, bearing its large, creamy-white flowers throughout winter. Another one of Glenbrook’s jewels from Rod Barwick’s Detective series this is reliable, vigorous plant and an excellent increaser. Image supplied by Paul Tyerman.
Delightful Hoop Petticoat bearing tight clumps of outward-facing bright lemon-yellow blooms throughout winter. A prolific flowerer and a good increaser. Invaluable for consistent early season colour. Small bulbs
Image supplied by Paul Tyerman.