Dwarf trumpet daffodil to 15cm flowering in early spring, creamy-white petals and contrasting yellow corona. May be naturalised in short grass but best at the front of a border or rock garden, in sun or dappled shade.
One of the perfect little daffodils ever created. The result of a cross between N. asturiensis and N. cyclamineus. Pert yellow blooms with narrow, fringed slightly flared trumpets and semi-reflexed petals on 15 cm stems
An exceptional form collected at the Cedars of Lebanon by the late Jim Archibald, collection JCA 805. Very widely flaring soft lemon trumpets that flatten and roll back as the flower matures, i.e. petunioide. Vegetatively propagated on from the original bulb.
One of the true aristocrats of the hoop-petticoat family and this is the best form. Large ice-white, slightly flaring, conical flowers on tall stems early in June. Spicy scent and long-lasting blooms. Image supplied by John Lonsdale.
This plant was known as Narcissus albidus var zaianicus. Progeny from John Blanchard’s wild collected seed from the Zaian mountains near Oulmes, Morocco. A swarm of proud, upfacing beauties from cream to soft citron yellow
Robust hoop-petticoat with strong winter blooms that open soft lemon and turning creamy-white. Another of Glenbrook’s mini-miracles with an outstanding show record including a Gold Ribbon at the USA National Show In 2003.
A legendary species from high in the Atlas Mountains of Morocco. Has icy white single stars on 20 cm stems with strappy glaucous leaves. Likes a cool and slightly moist dormancy and protection from slugs
This is a seedpod sibling to "Angel's Breath" and a top class triandrus. Very similar to its sister and a winner of innumerable international awards, including Gold Ribbons at the USA Daffodil Shows 1992, 1994 and more since.
Elegant plant with tight clusters of up-facing, star-like, white flowers held on short branching stems close to the ground in spring. Much under-rated, very hardy, attractive group of plants that demand little except good light and some moisture while growing.
Dwarf plant bearing dense clusters of glistening white, starry flowers with peppermint green stripe on reverse nestled on neat, dark, green leaves. From seed collection at Ephesus in western Turkey. Choice offering.