Narcissus Perigord

Bulborum Botanicum
Wed, 27 Mar 2013 11:14:29 PDT
Thanks Rodger

I will plant them this autumn next to each other to compare
maybe other members have other ideas


2013/3/27 Rodger Whitlock <>:
> On 27 Mar 2013, at 8:35, Bulborum Botanicum wrote:
>> The problem is that these are collected in the wild They look very much like
>> Narcissus 'Baths Flame' maybe a natural hybrid or a garden escape ?
> The bon mot is "feral", daffodils that have escaped from cultivation and now
> grow and thrive without human involvement as though they were wild.
> Quite common around Victoria BC. N. 'Barrii Conspicuus' grows alongside my long
> driveway, but I didn't plant it there. A modern narcissus cultivar that may be
> heading in this direction is 'Tete a tete', widely sold in pots for early
> spring color, then simply dumped any old place.
> Indeed, many old, famous cultivars are long gone but hang on as ferals.
> --
> Rodger Whitlock
> Victoria, British Columbia, Canada
> Z. 7-8, cool Mediterranean climate
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