On 12 Apr 04 at 17:04, Boyce Tankersley wrote: > I've never thought of Narcissus as being all that fragrant. Earlier > in my horticulture career I am sure I must have stuck my nose in a > few Daffodils and I know in my part-time high school job as a > florist deliveryman they didn't seem to have a fragrance at all. > > So imagine my surprise when my questing nose for the most wonderful > fragrance late one spring brought me to a small flowered Narcissus > with grasslike foliage - Narcissus jonquilla, or one of its hybrids. > I've added to the 'must have's' of my garden and have enjoyed this > fragrant delight ever since. I have large pots of several of the big triandrus hybrids -- Liberty Bells for example -- on my front porch. At night when it's cool, there's a delicious scent from them. Not strong, but definitely there. -- Rodger Whitlock Victoria, British Columbia, Canada "To co-work is human, to cow-ork, bovine."